I’m writing to apply for the Telephone Operator position, which I noticed advertised last week on your website. My nine years of experience working as a professional Telephone Operator both for local and international investors has enabled me to thoroughly develop the abilities you seek for this role.
My finest talents comprise a strong and confident voice and accent, great listening abilities, above-average organizational skills, and a friendly demeanor, all of which are required in this job. I’ve handled phone conversations with customers, salespeople, shipping firms, business equipment suppliers, manufacturer reps, and corporate officials with ease. In addition, I am well-versed in Microsoft software and can type at a rate of 70 WPM. I have considerable experience with PBX & VoIP telephone systems, as well as handling both outgoing and incoming calls for firms with over 1,600 employees.
Here are some of my professional highlights:
My ability to multitask and manage all calls while simultaneously serving as a receptionist and filing secretary will be beneficial to your firm. Furthermore, I have received extensive training in managing emergency services and responding appropriately in stressful conditions.
I would appreciate the opportunity to talk about all of these capabilities in person. I’m available for an interview as soon as feasible. Kindly review my résumé in the attachment.
Thank you for your time in reading this.
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