I would like to present my qualifications for the position of an Administrative Assistant in your esteemed organization. Your job posting states that you are in search of an enthusiastic and highly organized Administrative Assistant with multi-tasking abilities, which describes me exactly.
Please accept the attached resume as my application for the Administrative Assistant position. I am enthusiastic about this opportunity because I firmly believe that my qualifications, personality and work experience make me the ideal candidate.
I am writing to express my interest in your current opening for a medical administrative assistant. Please accept my resume for your consideration. I have experience working with busy medical environments, numerous phone lines and a large professional staff. I have comprehensible knowledge in healthcare procedures and medical terminology. My specific skills and expertise include greeting patients, scheduling appointments by means of manual or computerized systems, making payment documents for services and directing patients to appropriate areas.
I am most interested in working for the Dr. Peter AIDS foundation as an administrative assistant. I am interested in obtaining a full time and permanent position, where I can use my strong communication and organization skills. I would also love to work for an organization that fits well with my interests and with my love for helping others. I believe the AIDS foundation would be a good fit.
I am writing this letter to express my interest in the position as a Bookkeeper/Administrative Assistant, as I possess many of the attributes that would be required. For more than eight years, I’ve worked as an administrative assistant for Shallotte Police Department. I was responsible for the day-to-day data entry of all incident and accident reports. Providing copies of reports to superiors, the media and the public. As an employee of a law enforcement agency, frequently you are dealing with issues wherein confidentiality is paramount. Moreover, working in a law enforcement position requires you to be able to prioritize events and situations for the safest and the best possible outcome. Likewise, as the agency’s administrative assistant
Thank you for the privilege of an interview for the position of the Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent and Board of Education. I am sure there were several qualified candidates; I am honored that I was selected to have an opportunity to interview.
I always had interest in a clinical research career that serves a large number of people by emphasizing more on research studies by exploring whether a medical strategy, treatment or device is safe and effective for humans. As a graduate in medicine, my strong base in the medical field continually challenged and motivated me to expand my skills in patient care. My coursework has allowed me to develop a keen understanding of how disruption in biological systems can influence one’s health.
It was with interest that I heard about your open Medical Assistant position with Children’s Hospital of Richmond. My interest for this position makes me feel very confident that my skills are well aligned with the role, and that I will be an extraordinary candidate for Children’s Hospital of Richmond. I will make sure that I offer the best customer service assistance and high quality patient care for Children’s Hospital of Richmond.
It is with great delight and profound pleasure that I am applying for consideration as Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy, Tenure Track. Devoted to advancing the research, teaching and practice of physical therapy has been my professional mission even before joining the academy. As an NYU Medical Center and NYU alumnus, I keenly believe that I embody what the NYU program envisions for this position. With a unique combination of expertise, collaboration, network, passion and diversity to achieve the requirement of the position, I will be deeply honored to discuss this further in an interview.
Dressed in a white bath robe I leaned over to my little sister, Elly, with a toy stethoscope and began her physical. After observing Elly’s heart rate, reflexes, and vision I diagnosed her with the common cold and instructed her to stay in bed and eat chicken noodle soup. Playing doctor as a child was the beginning of my interest in medicine. As a teenager, attending doctor appointments cultivated my curiosity for the medical profession and convinced me to get my nursing assistant certification after high school. Working as a CNA developed my interest into a passion for medicine. I didn’t immediately know I wanted to be a physician assistant while playing doctor with Elly, or even after I became certified as a nursing assistant, but after realizing a PA’s work is like solving a puzzle I decided to pursue a Masters in Physician Assistant studies.
I am writing this letter to give my highest recommendation of Ms. Shari Allen for admission to the school of medicine’s physician assistant program. I have had the opportunity of working closely with Shari in my clinical practice of Pediatrics as a preceptor for the greater part of three months in 2009. During her time as a mentee, Shari has demonstrated a strong interest in becoming a future practitioner in medicine by her drive to learn basic sciences, her curiosity for medicine and her ability to learn quickly, which makes her an outstanding candidate for the program.
An Administrative Assistant can be categorized into two types: One that may work in an educative environment or one that may work for a business in an office.
An executive and administrative assistant’s role is in a position of trust. The executive of the administrative assistant are often entrusted with documents of a very sensitive nature such as payroll and salary, medical records, itinerary and schedules, correspondence and trade secrets. It is very important to ensure confidential information is protect from unauthorized personnel. A breach of sensitive information could result in identify theft, the potential for blackmail, emotional distress, or unwarranted exposure.