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Nuclear Engineer Cover Letter Sample

A nuclear engineer cover letter sample can help you write a great letter of your own when applying for a job in the field of nuclear engineering. Nuclear engineer cover letters should reflect the job seekers' knowledge and experience in this field and be specific about his or her ability to do the work required.


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Philip Jones
987 Redmill Avenue
Any Town, USA 99999
Home: (555) 555-5555
Cell: (555) 555-1234
[email protected]~resume.com

September 8, 20--

Mr. Lawrence Charles
Hiring Manager
Any Town Medical Center
32 Riverside Blvd.
Any Town, USA 99999

Dear Mr. Charles:

Thank you for posting on CareerJimmy.com that you’re in the market to hire two nuclear engineers for your newly created department of research to study the long-term effects of radiation on living organisms.

This is the kind of work I did at my last place of employment and am ready to do similar research in a new location, now that I have moved to Any Town. As I write cover letters today I am eager to find a new company where I can use my skills and draw on my experience.

Please see my resume for more information on my specific duties and results.

If you're interested in meeting with me for a personal interview, please call me on my cell phone: 888-888-8888 so we can arrange a time that suits your schedule. Thank you ahead of time for reviewing my cover letter and resume. I hope to hear from you soon.

Sincerely,

Philip Jones