Daily Transcription: Transcriptionist
February 28, 2018
To Ms. Ludolph:
I am writing to express my interest in become a transcriptionist with your company. I have been actively seeking a position like the one described, and believe that my qualifications and skills will be a great match.
I began my professional career more than 20 years ago, culminating in my appointment as Associate Director of Graduate Admissions of Simmons College in Boston in 2005. I began working a part time schedule after the birth of my first child in 2007, dividing my work schedule between home and the office. In addition to my admission and student service responsibilities, I was the sole designer of marketing material for the office, writing, creating, and editing newsletters, flyers, advertisements, tri-folds and brochures. I worked closely with the marketing department to ensure that all pieces were on brand, and followed the process from concept to publication.
I resigned from that position in December of 2016, and am currently searching for a position that offers a strong work/life balance.
Described by my previous director as knowledgeable, proactive, savvy and thorough, my ability to work autonomously allowed me to continue with the same projects and responsibilities I held when I worked a more traditional schedule. In addition, as a daughter of an English teacher, writing and proper grammar have always been strong interests and talents of mine.
I am confident that my professional skills are an ideal match for this position, and my personal skills will make me an asset to Daily Transcription and great fit with your professional needs. I welcome a chance to speak with you in greater detail about my work experience, educational background, and career goals.
Thank you for taking the time to review my resume and I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Heather Kenrick Nadeau