Cover Letters For Fedex

Dear Mr. Wilson,

I am writing in response to the advertised job vacancy as listed in (shipyarddocks.com) for the dock worker position with (UCI Shipping).

I am currently employed at (name of current place of work) and have been searching for a job opportunity (closer to home). (UCI Shipping) docks are located only (30mins) from my home and would suit me much better in terms of commute time to and from work.

I am a hard worker with lots of energy, highly organized and work well to tight schedules. I enjoy working in a team and I am a good communicator, something that I have always excelled in ever since (high school). During my (high school years) I was a member of the (football/basketball etc.) team and enjoyed being outdoors, no matter what the weather conditions.

I understand that dock work and all related work around a shipyard can be a physically challenging job, with a strong commitment required due to the tiring work and constant necessity to be alert and safety conscious around the heavy lifting machinery.

I have always had an excellent medical history, seldom get sick and thrive being outdoors.

I enjoy the work and believe that I would be able to benefit your existing dedicated team or workers.

I hope to be able to have the opportunity to meet you and discuss in more detail your expectations for the job. I am available (times) and can be reached on my cellphone: (03-29494-990).

Sincerely,

(Your name)

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wingnutC-17

01-02-2007, 06:31 PM

Happy New Year everyone,

I'll be attending the Air Inc. seminar later this month. I'm in the process of preparing coverletter/resumes. Does anyone know who the most appropriate person to address the coverletters to? (and the address itself) The Air Inc web site has conflicting/dated info on it and doesn't seem too reliable.

Many thanks,
Wingnut



JRT123

01-02-2007, 06:45 PM

hello wingnut.
I attended an air-inc. job fair and received interviews because of that. I had a resume that didnot include an objective: "A career job with UPS/FEDEX/CAL." I skipped that part and started with flight time then experience. My opinion (and only my opinion) is to design one resume for all airlines.
Glad to hear you're gonna attend, good idea and good luck.
JRT123


⌐ AV8OR WANNABE

01-02-2007, 07:04 PM

To Whom it May Concern;

Dear Recruiter;

Don't mention any names as the person who will be reviewing it might be a different person than you addressed the cover letter to.

AirInc is OK Women-in-Aviation is much better, I got a call 2 months after attending one (I'm a guy). Several AirInc seminars didn't help me at all. Next one is in February in Orlando.



TipTip35

01-02-2007, 07:08 PM

To Whom it May Concern;

Dear Recruiter;

Don't mention any names as the person who will be reviewing it might be a different person than you addressed the cover letter to.

oooh...this website lists "to whom it may concern" as a "dont" for coverletters :D

I agree with you though. You dont really know who or how many people will review your resume...even worse if the person you address it to is gone by the time it gets reviewed then you really look silly....


Beagle_Lover

01-02-2007, 07:23 PM

Bring your resume not your coverletter. If you are mailing your resume then submit your coverletter to introduce yourself. You will act the part of the coverletter on the day of the fair. I have been successful getting interviews twice through Air Inc. Good luck.


⌐ AV8OR WANNABE

01-02-2007, 08:20 PM

oooh...this website lists "to whom it may concern" as a "dont" for coverletters

Then I guess find out who'll be doing your interview and bring 4 different cover letters with 4 different names on it! ;) Personally I think a "neutral" cover letter is better than having a name on it that the other person might not be very fond of, but that's just me...


Freight Dog

01-03-2007, 05:10 AM

Using "Dear Pilot Recruiter" on cover letters is fine when going to a job fair where you might not know who you'll talk to.


fr8rcaptain

01-03-2007, 06:00 AM

Happy New Year everyone,

Does anyone know who the most appropriate person to address the coverletters to?
I wouldn't waste too much time on cover letters. Most airline apps are online ONLY, so there's no need for an address, salutation, or cover letter.
;)



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