How To Land The Experienced Marketing Job
Experienced Marketing positions are in high demand, but that also means there are a bevy of candidates vying for Marketing Advertising and PR jobs. You need to show hiring managers what you have to offer, but this is easier said than done.
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123 Main Street, Stateland, ST, 99999
(555) 123-9876 email@example.com
March 11, 2013
RE:Marketing, March 11, 2013
Dear Mark White,
The Front Desk Agent/Night Auditor position available with the St. Regis is the kind of opportunity I am looking for, and am submitting my resume for your review. In advance, thank you for your time and consideration.
My previous positions working in guest services for the hospitality industry at Dana Point Charter House gave me 8 years’ guest service experience. During that tenure, I quickly developed strong business relationships with guests to promote repeat and referral service. I have an excellent track record of building loyal relationships with customers and my subsequent marketing and data research experience will benefit a front desk and auditing role.
Some key duties include:
- Assisting with all front office operations by managing mailing lists and interacting with customers.
- Managed sales pipeline with $7 million in license revenue to track monthly and quarterly lead generation and sales activities.
- Organizing and participating in live events including trade shows, user/industry conferences, and webinars to increase market growth.
To complement this background, I possess a Bachelor’s degree in graphic communications.
As a member of your staff, you will find me to be a driven team player committed to supporting you in achieving your organizational objectives through my passion and dedication. I am confident that I could be a valuable asset to your organization, and look forward to interviewing with you in the near future.