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Dear Ms. Singer,
I write to you to express my interest in Miller Industries’ vacant Benefits Specialist position. With several years of experience in the benefits and human resources field, I would bring a high-energy, knowledgeable and analytical approach to the role.
I currently serve as benefits specialist for Wilson Electric, coordinating and monitoring benefits for 600 employees, building relationships with insurance vendors, tracking legislative and regulatory changes and conducting informational meetings for employees. My detail-oriented and flexible work style aid me in these tasks, as do my polished communication, research and organizational skills. I am creative, self-directed, outgoing and a strong team player.
In this climate of ever-changing regulations and growing number of vendors, Miller Industries can benefit from an experienced, well-informed benefits specialist. As a result of an intensive program to improve employee health and extensive research in medical insurance vendors, I recently helped to re-negotiate my company’s medical benefits costs for a six percent reduction. I am certain that I can help Miller Industries achieve similar cost savings and health improvements.
I am eager to bring my knowledge to your organization, and I will follow up with you next week. Please feel free to contact me in the meantime to discuss my qualifications and how I might contribute to Miller Industries.
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