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Cover letter for a road traffic inspector (5 samples)

Amanda Knowles

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This blog post will show samples of “cover letters for a road traffic inspector.”

How to write a cover letter for a road traffic inspector

To get a position as a road traffic inspector, you need a well-written cover letter that showcases your passion for and dedication to the industry. When writing a road traffic inspector cover letter, these are some of the essential things to include in your letter:

  • Address the employer with a formal salutation. For example, “Dear/Hello (name of the recipient or hiring manager).”
  • The next step is to state the position you are applying for and how you found the opening. 
  • Write a short sentence about why you're interested in the position.
  • State your skills and work experience; ensure they are similar to the job position. When stating your skills, provide the accomplishment you have achieved. 
  • Conclude your letter with a forward-looking statement. For example, “I look forward to discussing the position further.”

Sample 1: “Cover letters for a road traffic inspector”

“Jordan Crucifer

210 Ivy Lane, Hershey, PA 34007

(005) 965-8547

jordan @email . com

September 20, 2019

Mr. Derek Glen

HR Manager

Hershey Entertainment and Resort

688 Panorama Ave

Hershey, PA 34007

Dear Mr. Glen:

Your advertisement for a traffic officer position piqued my interest since I offer the qualifications you seek in the ideal candidate. The breadth of my expertise covers a wide area of responsibilities, thereby providing me with comprehensive insights into traffic operations.

My qualifications include:

• Proficient in the upkeep of high visibility electronic signboards for traffic guidance.

• Expert in handling abandoned and accidental vehicles and clearing routes.

• Competent at the enforcement of traffic safety laws.

• Apt in placing and removing mobile road closures.

• Sound knowledge of traffic laws issued by NHA.

During my five years’ experience as a patrol officer with ASBAX, I developed exceptional skills in traffic surveying and relevant report writing. This experience, coupled with proficiency in the issuance of traffic violation tickets, vehicular meter checking and accident handling, could prove to be very helpful in the role of a traffic officer at Hershey’s.

I would appreciate an opportunity to meet with you in order to discuss my abilities in more depth and am available for an interview at your earliest convenience. Please call me at (005) 666-7777 to communicate a suitable date and time.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

Sincerely,

Jordan Crucifer”

Sample 2: “Cover letters for a road traffic inspector”

“Dear Mr. Robe:

Going through your advertisement for a traffic clerk position at Lineage Logistics, made me refer to my own skills in this regard. And the parity that I found between the two was quite close, making me realize how fortunate I am to possess the skills set that I do.

With over 2 years of experience in determining the most efficient and economical routes for shipments, and directing scheduling of shipments with carriers, I am the person to hire as a traffic clerk at your company. As a highly organized, efficient, and resourceful individual, I will be an instant hit in your team, as I possess the capability to consolidate shipments logically, and calculate freight rates as required.

My skills in verifying proof of delivery with proper carriers, and maintaining shipping schedules will go a long way in providing your company with the support that it needs, in terms of freight traffic administration. Owing to demonstrated expertise in receiving, counting, and logging cash received by carriers, and exceptional insight into arranging outbound pick-ups, you will soon agree that hiring me is a sane decision on your part.

I am positive that after you have met with me in person, you too will agree that I am the best option to hire as a traffic clerk at Lineage Logistics. I will contact you next week to set up an interview.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

Sincerely,”

Sample 3: “Cover letters for a road traffic inspector”

“Date

John Ka

HR manager

XYZ Company

87 Delaware Road

Hatfield, CA 08065

Dear Mr. John,

I was known by a friend of mine, Dr. Peter Ho, that you are recruiting for a position of Traffic officer at ABC Inc., for which I would like it very much to apply. I am well experienced with ABC product portfolio and very excited to have a chance to work and contribute my knowledge to your company. I have contacted Mr. Ho directly for this position and after consulting his opinion, I am confident that my skills and qualification will be the perfect option for this position.

I have a deep understanding of and experience in working with similar products as well as a broad knowledge about management issues. I was formerly a traffic officer in AAA Company in which I gave an exceptional contribution to the company’s success and 30% increase of revenue in my first year of service. I worked for AAA for 4 years during which I was in charge of 300 employees and successfully reached many profit objectives.

I am confident that I am an ideal candidate for this position and I would appreciate it very much if you may offer me a chance of an interview where I could further demonstrate my skills to ABC Inc.

Sincerely,

Peter Ho

Enc. Resume”

Sample 4: “Cover letters for a road traffic inspector”

“Dear Ms. Jayne Swain,

I am applying for the position of industrial Traffic Manager with Marine Search Associates.

I am confident that I am the best candidate for this position and I would like to put my expertise to work for your company. I began my career as a shipping room clerk where I gained lots of experience in the shipping department. I soon moved into a management position, earned a degree in traffic management and held the position of assistant traffic manager for the last two years.

I have extensive knowledge of computers software and programs related to this profession and experience creating strategies to make transporting merchandise more efficient. I have the ability to keep track of all shipments sent out and received and I have the skills to keep excellent records of all transactions. I can also ensure that the shipping department has the necessary packing materials to perform their duties efficiently.

If any problems occur, I have the skills to find a working solution to get things back on schedule in a timely fashion. I have excellent communication skills with the ability to convey information to managers within the different departments along with company executives and transporters.

I have the ability to consider all aspects of the shipping process and then to choose the best methods for transporting the merchandise, which includes choosing the right containers and packaging based on the materials or products shipped. I have the skills to monitor shipments to make sure they arrive at their destinations in a timely manner and I always follow safety rules and regulations.

My contact number is (555)-555-5555 and I hope to meet with you soon.

Respectfully,

Your Signature

Kyle Filson

Enclosure: Resume”

Sample 5: “Cover letters for a road traffic inspector”

“Dear Hiring Manager,

As a motivated, self-driven, dedicated, and enthusiastic professional, I strongly want to join as a Traffic Controller in a company like yours wherein my dedication will significantly contribute to the growth and advancement of your mission.

My immense background in the field complemented by my passion for airline traffic maintenance will bring about a positive impact on your organization as your new Traffic Controller.

During my tenure previously at ****, I gained a unique combination of abilities that will suit me to take up the next step in my profession. Throughout my professional history, I have consistently exhibited strong time management and precision. That said, I had been working in control towers or centers and are responsible for coordinating aircraft routes for 6 years now.

Consider the following highlights from my qualifications:

  • Authorized clearance in half the allotted time for Ground Control, Flight Data, Local Control, and Clearance Delivery.
  • Certified and trained in Levels 3, 5, and 7 for all Tower positions.
  • Purified airspace for Close Air Support operations.
  • Regulated and governed **** operations for **** missions daily.
  • Conformed and labored with various external agencies to assure mission success on an everyday basis.

These qualifications, supplemented with my experience and educational credentials, put me in a place wherein I trust that I can surpass the expectations that you are looking for from your new Traffic Controller.

I look forward to an opportunity to learn more about *** and to discuss how I can contribute my assets at your place.

Thank you for taking the time to review my credentials.

Sincerely,

[Your Name]”

Frequently Asked Questions: How to write a cover letter for a road traffic inspector

How do I write a simple cover letter?

Basic Cover Letter Structure

  • Dear (hiring manager name)
  • Introduction and a big job-fitting achievement.
  • Key skills and why you fit the job.
  • Your passion + why you want in.
  • Your call to action.
  • Formal closing.

How do I write a cover letter for a controller position?

“Dear Hiring Manager, I am very happy to have the opportunity to apply for the position of Controller for Crossover Company. My goal is to use my leadership knowledge and superior organizational skills to support a fast-paced and multifunctional business environment.”

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Citations

https://www.livecareer.com/cover-letter/examples/marketing/traffic-manager
https://coverlettersandresume.com/officer/cover-letter-for-traffic-officer-position/

http://officercoverletters.blogspot.com/2013/12/traffic-officer-cover-letter.html

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Amanda Knowles

Amanda Knowled is an Applied Psychologist, with a deep interest in psychopathology and neuropsychology and how psychology impacts and permeates every aspect of our environment. She has worked in Clinical settings (as Special Ed. Counselor, CBT Therapist) and has contributed at local Universities as a Faculty member from time to time. She has a graduate degree in English Literature and feels very connected to how literature and psychology interact. She feels accountable and passionate about making a "QUALITY" contribution to the overall global reform and well-being. She actively seeks out opportunities where she can spread awareness and make a positive difference across the globe for the welfare of our global society.