Mental Health Technician Cover Letter

| December 27, 2012

Be very careful to choose your cover letter. Review this Mental Health Technician Cover Letter example, choose a type of letter that highlights your strengths and achievements, review what information to include in your one.

Mental Health Technician Cover Letter Example for job

You can use this letter template for applying for some Medical job position.

Mental Health Technician Cover Letter example

View or download as a MS Word file Mental Health Technician Cover Letter sample, and make the appropriate changes with your information.

Your cover letter, to be effective, needs to be consistent, concise, and clear and easy to read and used to apply for job openings.

How to Write a Cover Letter – Template

This is suggested structure for your covering letter:

Your Name and Contact Details:

It is conventional to include:
Your name, address, telephone and email

Write the Date (Month, Day, Year)

Employer Contact Information
City, State, Zip Code
(Include the reference number and company details if possible)


Dear Mr./Ms./Dr. LastName:
(Include the company contact’s name if you have it. Otherwise use “Dear Sirs”)

Paragraph 1 – Introduction:

Introduce yourself to the recruiter. Explain who you are, (e.g. My name is John Doe and I am currently studying for a BA in Geography at the University of Manchester) and why are you writing to the company/organisation. Make sure you point out where you found details of the vacancy (Mental Health Technician position) you are applying for and if appropriate, mention that you have enclosed your resume.

Paragraph 2 and 3 – Description:

Here is your chance to tell why you are interested in the employer or type of work the employer does (Simply stating that you are interested does not tell why, and can sound like a form letter). Show that you know enough about the employer or position to relate your background to the employer or position. Write about specific qualifications which make you a good fit for the employer’s needs. (Focus on what you can do for the employer, not what the employer can do for you.) This is an opportunity to explain in more detail relevant items in your resume. Refer to the fact that your resume is enclosed.

Paragraph 4 – Closing:

It is important to end your letter in a courteous way. Reinforce your desire to be part of the organization, and politely request an interview. Provide your personal contact information and an appropriate time to call, in case the employer would like to reach you before you contact him or her. For example: I feel it would be the ideal place for me to begin my career and I believe I can be an excellent addition to your team. Having extensively researched your company’s values and products, I was especially interested in [insert company aspect that attracted you].

Thank you,
Yours sincerely,/Yours truly, etc.
[sign your name]
Your name
Enclosure (your resume)

Email Cover Letter tips

If you are sending your cover letter via email, you must include a Subject Line. Write your name and the (Mental Health Technician) job title in the email subject line (e.g., John Doe-Application for Administration Assistant role). End the email with your full contact info below your printed name that includes your phone number, always send the email from a professional looking email address.

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