Aug 23, 2018 - 10:43 PM
Usually, a secretary cover letter should utilize a basic design and format without colors or graphics, as exemplified in this outstanding sample. If you look at this example, you will notice that the candidate uses a professional tone, keeps the letter to a few concise paragraphs, and addresses the hiring manager by name. Do these things as well.
Feel free to expand on particular skills and personality traits you think the hiring manager will value most in a candidate for the job, such as time management, organization, and computer skills. Try to include a "hook" early in your letter, describing a key accomplishment or proficiency, that may compel the employer to continue reading both your letter and resume. Avoid overused phrases such as "team player" as well.