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 frequent shopper at Target, I appreciate the seamless shopping experience that your company provides, and I am thrilled to apply for the Supply Chain Planner position. Over the years, I have observed how Target continues to adapt and improve its supply chain operations, which has inspired my own passion for optimizing supply chain processes to better serve customers.
As a Supply Chain Planner with a background in the retail industry, I have closely followed Costco's emphasis on efficiency and cost control, which has allowed the company to consistently offer its customers affordable, high-quality products. I am excited to apply for the Supply Chain Planner position and contribute to maintaining Costco's competitive edge in the market.
When I first learned about Tesla's mission to accelerate the world's transition to sustainable energy, I knew I wanted to be part of this movement. As a Supply Chain Planner with experience in the automotive industry, I am excited to apply my skills and expertise to help streamline Tesla's supply chain operations and support the rapid growth of electric vehicles.
The commitment to sustainability and ethical sourcing that drives Patagonia's supply chain operations aligns strongly with my own values, and I am eager to contribute to this important work as a Supply Chain Planner. My experiences working with eco-friendly and fair-trade vendors make me a highly motivated candidate for this role.
As an avid runner, I have long admired Nike's innovative approach to both product design and supply chain management. When I saw the opening for a Supply Chain Planner, I knew that my background in managing complex inventories and improving operational efficiency would make me a valuable asset to Nike's team, helping bring new products to runners worldwide.