Recruiter Cover Letter Sample 1:
This letter is in response to your ad for an executive level recruiter. I believe I am well-qualified for this position and would be an asset to your company.
I am a Human Resource professional with 20 years of experience. In my most recent position, I headed a team that recruited 5 upper-level managers over the course of 18 months. At the request of department managers, I composed job descriptions, arranged for publication in relevant trade magazines and on appropriate online job boards. I also performed the initial applicant screenings, narrowing the candidates down to the 10 most highly qualified for each position.
I hold an SHRM Senior Certification and I have been a member in good standing of the Society of Human Resource Management for 18 years. In 2012, I received the State Award for Workplace Excellence in Human Resource Issues. In 2008, 2010, and 2013 I was named an Outstanding Civic Leader for my community.
A top priority in HR is the need to stay abreast of changes in laws and trends in business. To accomplish this, I regularly participate in conferences and training events, as well as staying current through trade magazines and websites dedicated to HR concerns.
Over the course of my career, I have handled numerous workplace and interpersonal HR issues with promptness, tact, discretion, and with full regard for the rights of all individuals as well as the best interests of the company. My written and oral communication skills are exceptional, and I am up to date with most commonly used versions of productivity software, as well as computers and other office equipment.
Attached please find a resume of my qualifications. I look forward to speaking with a representative of your company about this position and what I can contribute to your organization. I may be reached during regular business hours at the phone number below.
Recruiter Cover Letter Sample 2:
As an experienced recruiter, I understand the importance of writing a strong cover letter, which is why I’m not going to waste time with fluff and filler. I’ll explain straight away that I’m a professionally trained, highly-educated headhunter who has put together hundreds of teams with thousands of applicants over the years.
I was educated at the University of Michigan, receiving a bachelor’s degree in communications in 2000. I spent several years bouncing around various advertising departments before being transferred to Human Resources. I’ve been in the recruitment business ever since, honing my skills, working on my closing techniques and improving my statistics. My retention rates have grown every single year:
- From 2002 to 2005, the retention rates of my hires were between 50 and 64 percent after a five-year period.
- Between 2002 to 2013, my rates climbed to 71 percent.
- Since 2013, my rates have held steady at 80 percent.
I attribute my success to my willingness to grow with the market and adapt to changing circumstances. Hiring practices simply aren’t what they used to be, but instead of clinging stubbornly to old traditions, I welcome new strategies and advanced computer programs. I’m fully trained in the use of CRM, ERM and iCIMS software. I can scan and search up to 1,500 resumes an hour. When you hire me, you aren’t just gaining a new pair of eyes; you’re gaining all of my resources as well.
As for the interview process, I’ve personally conducted a variety of both individual and group interviews. I have good instincts and strong interpersonal skills that allow me to strip away all the veneers and really see into the heart of an applicant.
I’m also able to work effectively on a team. As a senior recruiter, I often liaise with managers, developers, executives and other HR representatives in order to find and entice new talent. I function in front of a boardroom just as well as I function behind a computer screen.
If my skills and experiences have piqued your interest, you can contact me by phone or email. Thank you for your time, and I look forward to hearing from you.
Recruiter Cover Letter Sample 3:
I am writing to apply for the position of a recruiter in your esteemed organization. I came across your advertisement through your company website.
I have amassed a lot of experience working as an assistant recruiter with Mach2 Recruiting and also possess the necessary education in the field of recruitment and project management. I have completed my Bachelors of Science in Human Resource Development from Columbia Southern University and am currently pursuing my masters in Human Resource Development from Villanova University. In the last 7 years as an assistant recruiter, I have handled different responsibilities including:
- Assisting my organization in seeking, interviewing, and assessing candidates for advertised positions. I was also responsible for conducting reference checks on behalf of the organization.
- Responsible for developing strategies for recruitment purposes that focused on contracting an able employee workforce using various advertising mediums including newspaper or magazine ads, classifieds, job or career fairs, online recruitment portals, internet forums, social media and other sources.
- Active participation in HR team meetings and initiating ideas and concepts for future implementation
- Handling all types of communication including those related to candidate submittals, job orders, etc
- Forecasting and developing strategies and plans focusing on key staffing initiatives
- Working closely with our hiring manager to ensure maximum effectiveness of the organization’s recruitment process
- Tracking and reporting key metrics that have specifically been designed for predicting and measuring staffing activity
I am a team player with a pleasant personality and believe in the new age “mantra” of forging strong mutually beneficial relationships. I have been voted as the best recruiter in my organization twice for my efforts and I want to take my career to the next level.
I am excited about the opportunity of working with your organization and I sincerely hope that you will provide me with an opportunity to meet you in person.