Manager or Director

Dear Ms. or Sir:

The intent of this letter is to express my interest in an Executive position. My resume that highlights my ability, knowledge, and expertise is enclosed. Based on my skills and experience in business management, administrative healthcare management, medical quality assurance and improvement, customer service, grievance and appeals, leadership skills, creating and implementing new processes, providing staff with coaching, mentoring and training skills and my interpersonal relationship skills with physicians, medical directors, and healthcare administrators, I am confident that I would be a great addition to your team.
Examples of my significant work experience include, functioning as a member of the executive team in introducing, creating, and implementing the Acute Psychiatric Inpatient level of care project for the State of Hawaii DOH Behavioral Health Plan (BHP). This level of care was a new paid benefit for the BHP that provided services for children and adolescents with severe mental health issues. Secondly, I created, implemented, and managed the infrastructure for the managed care department of a local laborer union’s self-insured medical plan’s Trust Fund Office, a Third Party Administrator (TPA) of ERISA and Taft Hartley plans because it did not exist. Finally, I am experienced in obtaining, interpreting, and reporting data used to determine statistical significance and trend analysis for decision-making.
On a personal level, I am currently working on my doctorate degree, Doctor of Psychology with a specialty in Organizational Consulting (PsyD/OC).
Valarie A. L. Nobriga, MBA, BSBM
Kapolei, Hawaii

This example was posted: 12/20/2009 10:47:16 PM EST

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First sentence leaves reader wondering what you are looking for. Be more specific "Director of (xyz Dept) or VP of (accountability branch). Research the company…

Anonymous reviewed this cover letter on Dec 21 09 at 7:11 pm

Agreed, with that first sentence you're telling the hiring manager that they're wasting their time reading your cover letter.

Anonymous reviewed this cover letter on Dec 21 09 at 7:57 pm

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