Dear Hiring Manager,
I'll be honest with you. I am getting tired of writing these boilerplate coverletters. So, I'm just going to say this: I'm an awesome employee, highly intelligent, hard working, and very personable. I think outside-the-box and thrive in an environment where I can create new tools and ideas to help my project. Here is good example of what I was working on in my last position:
1. Organization/Coordination: As a project engineer with Balfour Beatty, one of my most challenging tasks was coordinating the cabinets and countertops for our 250 condos. It was difficult because the owner and architect wanted two different things, the cabinets were prefabricated in Germany, the cabinet maker had no liability for the accuracy of their dimensions, and the countertop provider was also sending prefabricated countertops with no liability for accuracy. I successfully coordinated the cabinets and countertops to 1/4" for all 250 units by creating binders with architectural, cabinet, and countertop floor plans, and field measurements. It was exceptionally difficult because all layouts and dimensions had to be done mathematically because walls were not finished.
I have a natural intuition with computers and can learn any software in days (I can do Visual Basic programming in Excel). And, although I am not local right now, I would not hesitate to leave immediately for and relocate at my own expense if hired. I look forward to talking with you soon.