I am using a writing service to rewrite my cover letter for new grad/entry level positions. I finally received a draft and I feel like its too vague and not personable to me and my skills or experiences. I also feel like its very short. I just wanted to know if anyone can tell me if its better to be have 3 simple paragraphs and not talk about any specific experience. I feel like this letter is very generalized and is better to be simple and generalized?
Also if you can look at this draft and tell me your thoughts on whether its a good cover letter to send out for new grad/entry level RN positions.
To Whom It May Concern,
It is my understanding that ________________ is searching for a qualified RN to fill its' ___________________ position. With my resourceful attitude and professionalism in the healthcare arena, coupled with my general nursing best practices and skills, I feel that I would be a strong asset to Long Beach Memorial's nursing staff.
Having exposure to a variety of medical units during my clinical rotations, provided a footprint into the nuances of nursing . I am a quick-study and am always open to learning new and improved ways of skilled nursing procedures. I take a very forward-thinking approach to my responsibilities and ensure the value of patient care is at the forefront of every one of my tasks. I am confident that if given the opportunity to join your team, my passion and desire to impact healthcare and humanity, will show through my educating, implementing and assisting Long Beach Memorial's patient health and wellness practice.
Please review my nursing credentials in the attached resume. I look forward to hearing about possible next steps to move forward in the hiring process. Your time and consideration are greatly appreciated.