I just read the listing for the open Retail District Manager position on Target’s internal job bulletin and am submitting my name for your consideration. I have been successfully managing Target Store #60 for the last four years and as you know, the store’s profits have improved by 26% during my tenure there. I have a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management combined with a strong drive to succeed and I know I am ready to move into the Retail District Manager job.
In my current position I ensure Target’s policies and procedures are followed at all times and that the staff deliver excellent customer service. I analyze the store’s operations and have found areas of loss, which when they were addressed, resulted in increased overall profits. I obviously have terrific problem solving skills.
I have excellent leadership skills which inspire improvement. I lead frequent meetings to stay on the pulse. Other managers call me to help them solve their store problems.
As the manager that others already go to, I am a natural fit for the Retail District Manager job. I would like to interview with you as soon as possible. I have enclosed my resume and await your phone call.
There are plenty of opportunities to land a position, but it won’t just be handed to you. Crafting a cover letter that catches the attention of hiring managers is paramount to getting the job, and LiveCareer is here to help you stand out from the competition.