The job listing, posted on www.craigslist.com, for an Assistant Manager attracted my attention. After researching the job requirements and your company, I realize that my education, skills and experience have a good matching with this job. So I am confident that I would be a profitable addition to your company.
I have just completed the Master degree of Business Administration at Mississippi College. This education has developed my knowledge and skills in business management.
One of my the critical courses that I took, the Market Administration course, though a computer simulation required our team to start up and run our own marketing division during 8 different quarters, to analyze and response the changeable situations in the marketplace, and to plan selling schedule and implement selling tactics. This course also allowed me to practice my skills in creative thinking, team work, leadership and presentation.
From July 2004 to December 2006, I was an Administrative Manager and an ISO 9000 auditor at the Vietnamese agency of DAS UK Certification Body. In this position, I had opportunities to develop my customer service skills and to gain an exceptional work ethic, including self-discipline and responsibility. I got used to working hard under high pressure and handle the complicated problems.
During June 2003 and December 2004, I worked as an ISO 9000 consultant to provide consultation for 32 different companies quality management systems. This opportunity allowed me to learn how the companies had satisfied the customer needs, improved their product and service qualities, and enhanced their value added chains.
As a Christian, I am optimistic, outgoing and helpful. I am willing to work in flexible time and changeable workplaces. Quickly learning and adapting are my capacity.
I recognize this position as an Assistant Manager is a good opportunity for me to contribute to your organization. I would welcome an appointment to discuss further about my possible contribution to your company. Thank you for your time and consideration.