Credit Account Specialist Cover Letter
This letter is strong because of four carefully crafted paragraphs. These indicate in turn the applicant's experience, areas of expertise, career objective, and follow-up plans.
Sample Credit Account Specialist Cover Letter
January 8, 2010
456, X Street, Y Avenue,
Dear Mr. Martinez,
As a well-qualified credit account specialist, I demonstrate my ability to effectively communicate with clients, resolve payment issues, and collect past-due payments. I bring more than 18 years of accounts receivable experience in addition to being involved in all processing stages of collections. The scope of my experience includes, but is not limited to, commercial, automotive, and manufacturing environments.
My focus is to deliver results and provide superior service by quickly identifying problem areas in accounts receivable and developing a solution strategy to ensure that issues are resolved. My expertise lies in my strong ability to build rapport with clients, analyze accounts, and manage all aspects related to my appointed position and areas of responsibility. I find these qualities to be my greatest assets to offer employers.
Because of an unforeseen circumstance, I was unable to continue my employment as a cash applications analyst with a well-known automotive industry leader. Since my employment with A-1 Corporation, I have accepted a temporary position as a billing assistant with a local company. My objective is to secure a position in accounts receivable and credit collections with an established company. As you will note, my resume exhibits a brief review of contributions I have made to my employers, and I enjoy challenges.
A complete picture of my expertise and experience is very important. Therefore, I will follow up with you next week. I look forward to speaking with you soon to answer any questions you may have regarding my background.