Alyssa Lane Cover Letter 3
To Whom It May Concern:
I was excited to see your posting for an Administrative Assistance.
My background includes several years of experience in working with various speech, hearing, and articulation disorders, along with earning my Bachelor’s in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology from the University of North Texas. My most recent experience as an SLP Assistant was with a home health company in Houston.
As a speech therapist, I demonstrated many skills which are relevant to the tasks and needs of an Administrative Assistant. I had to be obsessed with precision and detail in order to provide the best treatment to my clients. I had to be organized in order to successfully handle large caseloads. I had to be able to follow routines and guidelines, but also be creative, resourceful, and flexible when working with children with special needs. I had pride in the work I did and the treatment I provided.
In addition to these skills, I have experience with setting up and coordinating client schedules over the phone and juggling the needs of up to 16 clients with up to 8 or 9 therapy sessions per day. It was my job to plan and implement therapy sessions and activities to address the goals provided by my supervisor, and to take data throughout the session and then accurately document it through an online portal for the benefit of my Supervisor and insurance companies which we billed to. In addition to my Degree I have undergone over 50 hours of Continuing Education and Training in order to keep my skills relevant and up to date.
Feel free to call me at 214-250-8543 (cell) or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an interview. Thank you for your time, and I look forward to learning more about this opportunity!