The applicant in this veterinary assistant cover letter focuses on her ability to manage the front office, assist with animal control, interact with clients, answer questions and handle basic office work. Veterinary assistant cover letters should include this any other information relevant to the specific job in order to garner the hiring manager's attention and land an interview.
98 Charter Drive
Any City Alabama 45673
September 5, 2005
Dr. Jonathan Quaid
Quaid Veterinary Services
203 Center Street
Any City, Alabama 45632
Dear Dr. Quaid:
I've worked as an office assistant and front desk manager for two veterinarians during my time living in North Carolina. Now that I am in Any City once again, I would like to apply for the job of veterinary assistant, which you advertised on JobBankUSA.com. In fact, that is the purpose of this introductory cover letter.
I believe you would be pleased with my work, as I am compassionate with animals, a good communicator with the public, and I am known for my impeccable record-keeping, all of which are essential to this position.
May I come by for an interview and to introduce myself in person? I am eager to find out what you expect from veterinarian assistants and how I might be the one for the position in your office.
Please call me on my cell phone: 888-888-8888 to arrange an interview. I look forward to hearing from you soon.