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Human Resources Consultant Cover Letter Sample

A human resources consultant cover letter sample is offered as an example of one you could write when you apply for a position in the HR department of almost any company or corporation. Human resource consultant cover letters should reflect the job seekers' knowledge and experience in this field and be specific about his or her ability to do this work.

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Martin Eubank
908 Montana Avenue
Any Village, USA 33333
888-888-8888
[email protected]~coverletter.com

June 13, 20--

Mr. Les Greenfield
Hiring Manager
Preston and Preston Enterprises
85 Central Parkway
Any Town, USA 99999

Dear Mr. Greenfield:

CareerJimmy.com lists your ad for experienced human resources consultants to contact you regarding filling an opening at your company in the HR department.

I am writing cover letters today with a goal of being interviewed for such a job. Your company is of great interest to me because of its outstanding reputation in the manufacturing industry.

I have five years of experience in HR consulting, focusing on recruitment and staffing, my specialty. You’ll find additional information about my previous employment in my attached resume.

If you’re available to meet, please call me on my cell phone--888-888-8888 to find a time that suits us both.

Thank you for reading my cover letter and resume. I look forward to hearing from you and meeting you.

Sincerely,

Martin Eubank