A research assistant cover letter can be an opportunity to catch the eye of a hiring manager for a job conducting research on historic monuments, buildings, and scenes in order to reconstruct exhibits to scale in dioramas for fine-arts students to use or for other purposes. Such a person also collects information from libraries, museums, and art institutes and oversees the construction of the diorama. It's important to mention all such information in all research assistant cover letters.
80 Moonlit Drive
Anyville, USA 56734
April 2, 2007
Mr. Louis Porter,
Gunderson Historical Research
64 Gunderson Street
Anyplace, USA 99999
Dear Mr. Porter:
My experience as a research assistant at Mayville Fine Arts Museum over the past eleven years has prepared me to bid for the job as one of the two research assistants you plan to hire at Gunderson which I saw listed on JobBankUSA.com.
While employed there I helped conduct research on historic monuments, buildings, and scenes in order to reconstruct exhibits to scale in dioramas.
I would welcome meeting you in person to discuss this job. If you are available, please phone me at 695-888-8756 and I'll arrange to come to your office at your convenience. Thank you for reading my cover letter and giving me an opportunity to win this job.