120 Vyse Street
20th April 2015
Dear Ms Graham,
A business is only as good as the people it employs, and without wishing to sound boastful I believe that I am the best candidate for your recently advertised Assistant Project Manager vacancy.
I am someone who is willing to put in the hard work and commitment needed to determine a course of action that effectively manages a projects risk, time, cost and quality. You can rely on me to define, document and safely execute small or large scale projects, and to actively participate in all phases of a program.
During my career I have held many client facing roles where I have had to liaise with multiple internal and external stakeholders. My duties have regularly required me to produce reports for senior managers on the various stages of a program.
With my present employer I am charged with monitoring the progress of projects and ensuring the highest quality standards and compliance with contractual obligations. In addition to this I am responsible for producing contractual documentation and implementing effective project management processes, tools and reporting mechanisms.
Being competitive by nature means that I relish the challenge of completing projects on time and to spec. Furthermore, I possess the highly developed communication skills needed to tactfully manage my day-to-day relationships with operational colleagues.
I have attached my CV with this letter and would be very grateful if you could review it and then come back to me if you feel I may be a suitable candidate.
Finally, I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for taking the time to read my application.
Tel: 0044 121 638 0026
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