Cover letter sample for Manufacturing associate

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Manufacturing associate 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 Manufacturing associate

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?


• My friend, Tisu Pa , currently working in the Purchasing department, recommended that I contact you about the Manufacturing associate 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 Manufacturing associate 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: Manufacturing associate.

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

These paragraphs can include contents as follows:

a> Knowledge/Manufacturing associate

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:

• Responsible for various duties that are required to produce product including but not limited to cell expansion; cell feeding, harvesting, counting and freezing; product seeding; growth system maintenance; labeling, packaging and freezing of product; and culture media preparation.
• Responsible for completing paperwork for each task, cleaning procedures, aseptic processing techniques, Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and laboratory safety practices and procedures.
• Read and follow equipment diagrams used in biotech manufacturing.
• Perform operations in the Delta-V process control system
• Follow procedures needed to support CGMP activities.

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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Cover letter do's and don'ts:

Tips TO DO:

1. In the first paragraph, address the name of the recruitment job and the information source you have known about the job from.

2. Try to find out the name and position of the recruiter.

3. Write the cover letter based on recruitment information on the recruitment ad; try to give specific examples of your relevant experiences to the recruitment job.

4. Sign at the end of the cover letter.

5. After finishing writing, read the letter again to check for any spelling or grammatical errors. You may also have others check this out for you.

6. Write a brief cover letter – within 01 A4 page only. Each paragraph consists of only 2 – 4 sentences.

7. Specify in the letter that you attach with the letter a resume or other necessary documents.

8. In the last paragraph, write your contact number.

9. Prepare a clean and nice envelope.


1. Send a cover letter without a resume or CV.

2. Make request on the salary.

3. Repeat information you have provided in the CV or resume.

4. Make a general statement on your experience and abilities. It will be better to specify in a brief way.

5. Address your benefits if you get employed.

6. Provide irrelevant information.

7. Address information that a candidate cannot know unless he or she gets into the interview round.

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