Aircraft Maintenance Supervisor Cover Letter
This writer is a master at avoiding clichés and whatever else is trite, timeworn, and customary. Study this and his other cover letters in this book for his fresh ideas.
Sample Aircraft Maintenance Supervisor Cover Letter
Thursday, February 26, 2010
456, X Street, Y Avenue,
Dear Mr. Hall:
I want to make it easy for TopLine Airlines to add me to your team as your newest aircraft maintenance supervisor.
As a first step, I thought you deserved to see more than the usual tired lists of jobs held and training completed. In their place you'll find a half dozen examples of maintenance teams motivated, productivity boosted, liability reduced-in short, problems solved. And, while a résumé format tailored to your needs is good at documenting results, it cannot tell you how I contribute to our leadership's peace of mind.
Therefore, as you read, I hope the following ideas stand out:
I am only as good as the last job I signed off-conditions in the remote parts of Alaska leave
little room for maintenance errors.
I am only as good as my last quarter's MX statistics. If I don't spot and correct trends, we'll lose time and money.
I am only as good as the teams I attract, recruit, train, and retain. Our labor market is among the tightest in the nation.
I'm employed now and my company likes my work. However, I want to relocate to be closer to my family. That's why I am testing the waters with this confidential application.
When it comes to something as important as finding TopLine Airlines's next aircraft maintenance supervisor, words on paper are no substitute for people speaking with people. So let me suggest a next step. I'd like to get on your calendar in a few days so that we can explore how I might serve your special maintenance needs.