Dear Hiring Manager,
I’m writing to let you know that I’m interested in the Manufacturing Manager post you’ve got open. I think that my academic success and training, along with my considerable manufacturing expertise, make me a strong contender for this role.
I’ve spent more than 15 years working in the manufacturing sector. My journey involves overseeing numerous production lines, including those for assembling, packing, machining, and warehouse management. I’ve managed workgroups of approximately 40 participants while working as a team leader. I’ve overseen numerous projects at once, making sure they were all finished on schedule and within the financial estimate.
Here are some of my professional highlights:
I have a Bachelor in Business Management from The Land-Grant University in Gainesville, Florida as well as a Lean Six Sigma Brown Belt certification obtained from the same institution. Additionally, I’ve taken courses in process enhancement, quality assurance, and program management.
Thank you for allowing me to use this letter to indicate my interest in the Manufacturing Manager post. Kindly take a moment to review my qualifications and cv in the attachment. I would be overjoyed to have the chance to discuss my candidacy with you.
Thank you for your consideration.
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