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.
I am excited to submit my application for the Vice President of Human Resources role at Google. Having grown up in a family of educators, I've always admired Google's commitment to making technology accessible and educational as demonstrated through their initiatives such as Google for Education. This personal alignment with Google's mission, coupled with my passion for human resources, make me well-suited for this position.
As someone who has followed Microsoft's journey from its early days in the world of Windows to its groundbreaking developments in cloud computing, I am eager to contribute my extensive human resources experience to the role of Vice President of Human Resources at Microsoft. Having witnessed firsthand the impact of Microsoft's technology on the world, I am more than motivated to support the company's talent in reaching new heights.
When I first discovered the world of e-commerce during my time as a small business owner, I was amazed by the potential it had to empower entrepreneurs and change the way we shop. Having since transitioned to a career in human resources, I am excited to combine my admiration for e-commerce and my HR expertise in the Vice President of Human Resources role at Amazon.
As a seasoned human resources professional, I've had the opportunity to work with diverse teams and help them thrive in dynamic environments. It is, therefore, with great enthusiasm that I apply for the Vice President of Human Resources position at Tesla, a company that is constantly pushing boundaries and revolutionizing the automotive industry.
In my pursuit of a human resources career, I've been driven by the belief that a company's success is directly tied to the well-being of its employees. This makes me particularly excited to apply for the Vice President of Human Resources role at Salesforce, an organization known for its strong focus on employee satisfaction, and the implementation of the "Ohana" corporate culture.