If you're struggling to start your cover letter, here are 6 different variations that have worked for others, along with why they worked. Use them as inspiration for your introductory paragraph.
As a self-proclaimed "Chief Organizer" among my social circles, it was only natural that I gravitated towards a career in implementation and onboarding. This passion led me to seek out the Implementation/Onboarding Manager opportunity at IBM, a company renowned for its commitment to innovation and fostering a collaborative work environment.
The first time I encountered a HubSpot blog post, I realized that this was a company that shared my passion for providing useful and impactful content. With my experience in implementation and onboarding, I am eager to contribute my skills to the company's mission as an Implementation/Onboarding Manager.
Having graduated from a high-pressure tech bootcamp, I grew to appreciate the value of a smooth onboarding experience. When I learned about the Implementation/Onboarding Manager opening at Microsoft, I was immediately drawn to the opportunity to contribute to a company that values employee growth and skill development.
As a regular user of Google's suite of products, I've been impressed by the seamless integration between the company's tools. It's with this same dedication to smooth transitions that I approach my work in implementation and onboarding, making the available Implementation/Onboarding Manager position at Google a natural fit.
As an advocate for environmentally friendly practices, I've long admired Patagonia's dedication to sustainability and ethical business practices. My experience in implementation and onboarding, coupled with a shared passion for the company's values, makes the Implementation/Onboarding Manager role at Patagonia an ideal match.