Your accounts receivable cover letter introduces you to the person doing the hiring and in about 30 seconds they would have most probably decided to read your resume or not.
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Accounts Receivable Cover Letter
Your Contact details (phone and email)
12 Industry Plaza
New York, NY 10021
Dear Mrs Field
In response to the job posting on XYZ website, please consider my resume in your search for an Accounts Receivable Specialist. I am confident that my solid experience in a similar accounting environment makes me the right person for this opportunity.
Please allow me to demonstrate my key skills as they relate to your job requirements.
- Responsible for managing accounts for over 600 commercial customers in a fast-paced, time-sensitive environment.
- Superior organizational skills and excellent attention to detail ensure a streamlined billing system and efficient collection process.
- Demonstrated capability to handle complex invoicing systems, to prioritize, escalate and follow up effectively.
- Proven success in resolving billing issues in a timely and accurate manner.
- Well developed customer communication and negotiation skills.
- Able to work independently and to partner productively with co-workers to create a strong team environment.
- Sound experience in MS Office, Excel and Oracle.
I enjoy a reputation as a hard-working and conscientious employee. I am eager to make a positive contribution to your organization and I would welcome the opportunity to meet with you for an interview.
Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to hearing from you soon.
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4167 Raccoon Run
Seattle, WA 98109
Sep 11, 2010
Mr. Timothy Johnson
2024 Sugarfoot Lane
Lafayette, IN 47906
Dear Mr. Johnson,
Thank you for posting your Accounts Receivable Supervisor on your website recently. I am more than qualified to suit this open role, and have included my resume for your consideration.
Over the past four years as Accounts Receivable Supervisor at Darigold, I have learned much in the way of general and client accounting, and thus, truly understand the high level of accountability, accuracy in receiving funds, and analyzing receivables to meet financial expectation in a manner that is absolutely on time and accurate. I have been responsible for annual receivables of numbers upwards of $6 million, as well as a team of four individuals to help account and organize these receivables. I also have a degree in Accounting, and an impeccable track record of success-that can be verified by colleagues, staff, and supervisors.
I would love to have a chance to explain more about my career background, and ask that you schedule me for an interview next week.
I can be reached at (222)-321-4312to do so. Thanks so much for your consideration.