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FutureStarrA Occupational Therapy Resume Cover Letter
The following article will cover all of the major points and tips for writing an effective cover letter. With the help of this article, you will be able to write a cover letter, and get the job you want!
I have worked as an occupational therapist for the past six years, and as an occupational therapy assistant for the four years previous. In these years, I have worked with hundreds of geriatric patients, designing and executing treatment plans for clients with fractures, hip and knee replacements, CVAs, and amputations. I have also worked with pediatric patients, providing acute care OT services for children with a variety of traumas, surgeries, and illnesses. Through all of these experiences, I have developed not only technical skills but also necessary soft skills such as patience and clear communication. I believe these experiences would allow me to achieve success working with St. John's Hospital’s diverse population.
“I am eager to contribute to the mission of DireWolf Skilled Nursing Facility, as I believe that providing client-centered occupational therapy to the geriatric population is the most rewarding aspect of my practice. My entrepreneurial nature will be well-suited to the needs of DireWolf, as your continual expansion efforts will depend on like-minded OTs joining the team. I managed the Lannister Diner in Quahog, RI for three years, and I am comfortable with the managerial and resource allocation demands that will inevitably crop up as the DireWolf brand expands. I’d love to stay with the DireWolf team for many years to come, your mission of “providing nurturing geriatric OT care” resonates with my own values. Plus, my wife’s parents live in DireWolf village, and I am eager to move closer to them so that our children can see their grandparents as they grow up.*** (Source: blog.coremedicalgroup.com)