Cover letter sample for Hotel chief engineer

Hotel chief engineer cover letter

Writing a resume is one task and bring it into the attention of the recruiter is another. Cover letter is your first impression in front of your employer. You can provide more information about yourself in a cover letter which you could not do in the resume.

This is free sample cover letter. You can customer it for your need. Or you can leave your point of views at the end of this post. We can discuss together.

I/ A cover letter sample of Hotel chief engineer

This cover letter sample can include contents as follows:

1. Your basic information:

• Name
• Address
• City
• State
• Zip Code
• Phone
• Email

2. Date of cover letter:

3. Employer contact information

• Name
• Title
• Company
• Address
• City
• State
• Zip Code

4. Ref: Recruitment position:…………. on date of …………….

5. Salutation

Dear Mr./Ms. Last Name (or department name…) and position (if any)

6. First Paragraph

The first paragraph of your cover letter should can include:

• What is position that you are applying for?
• Where you found the job listing?

Example:

• My friend, Tisu Pa , currently working in the Purchasing department, recommended that I contact you about the Hotel chief engineer currently available in your department/company. I am very excited about this opportunity and I would be an asset to your company based on my college coursework and prior experience.

• I was referred to you by Ms. Jenny Ho, a Production assistant with your company, who informed me that the position of Hotel chief engineer is actively seeking to hire quality individuals for your dept/company.

7. Middle Paragraph(s)

In this section, you should describe what you have to offer the employer about position: Hotel chief engineer.

Note that you should make strong connections between your competencies (resume) and their job standard.

These paragraphs can include contents as follows:

a> Knowledge/Hotel chief engineer

You can supply information about name, information brief, time, level of each degree…

• Degrees.
• All certificates related to this job.
• Licenses.

b>Experience: you also mention some tasks that match with job specification, for example:

• Develop, implement and manage energy conservation programs for the property to minimize expenses.
• Coordinate renovation bidding, define the cost and scope of the project and oversee the general contractor and subcontractors to ensure quality work is performed for minimal cost.
• Develop, recommend, implement and manage the department’s budget capital expenditure plan, forecasts and objectives consistent with maintaining a first class property and management’s expectations.
• Develop, implement and direct all Emergency Programs; ensure all equipment is maintained, conduct inspections and drills, ensure compliance with all codes and regulations, train all employees and maintain accurate records to ensure a safe environment which protects the asset, guests and employees.
• Develop, implement and manage a maintenance program and negotiate maintenance contracts for the hotel, the grounds and all of the equipment in compliance with corporate/franchise standards and local, state and national codes and regulations to ensure the safety, convenience and satisfaction of all guests, managers and employees to protect the asset and maintain the property in first class condition.

c> Skills

You can make in details your skills based on main areas:

• Professional skills
• Soft skills
• Management skills

d> Abilities

8. Final Paragraph

You should thank the recruiter for considering you for the position. You should include information on how you will follow-up.

9. Complimentary Close
Respectfully yours,

10. Signature

Handwritten Signature (for a mailed letter)
Typed Signature

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