Short Nursing Cover Letter



How to grab your future employers' attention when you are applying for a Nursing job?

You just have to be a little more creative and follow the local business conventions. Also bright up your past jobs and duties performed if necessary. Often they are looking for someone who wants to learn and who has transferable skills, like:

In order to get notices, your letter should discuss the following:
  • Where you saw or heard about the position?
  • A brief background on the organization and its goals?
  • How your experience matches the position?
  • How you will help the organization achieve its goals?
  • Your objective: an interview
  • Also bright up your past jobs and duties performed if necessary. 
  • Often they are looking for Registered Nurses that want to learn and who has nursing skills, like:
    • Can-do, Will-do mentality;
    • Ability to multi-task;
    • Ability to communicate;
    • Hard work ethics;
    • Problem-solving ability;
    • Organizational Skills;
    • Stress Management;
    • Kind and Compassionate;
    • Excellent Communication Skills;
    • Dedication and Patience;
    • Detail Oriented;
    • Critical Thinking;
    • Alert and Observant;
    • Etc.

There are a few basic requirements for a strong cover letter. Every cover letter should contain the following:

  • Structured and written to highlight your strengths;
  • Brief, preferably one page in length;
  • Clean, error-free, and easy to read;
  • Immediately clear about your name and the position you are seeking;
  • Expands upon your resume; do not repeat it verbatim;
  • Includes the person’s full name if you do not know the gender;
  • Limited to 3-4 paragraphs and 1 page;
  • Using common business letter format;
  • No copying of exact words/phrases from sample letters without checking the context;
  • Uses the correct name of the organization;
  • Enthusiastic! Show off your character and personality.

  • Sample Cover Letter Experienced Nurse

    Program Director Care Program General Health Centre 

    Dear Mr. / Ms.  I am writing in response to the advertisement posted on the General Health Centre’s website for a registered practical nurse position in the expanded Care Program. As a staff nurse working in an oncology unit for 5 years, I am excited about the expansion of your palliative care program and the opportunities it will create for patients and staff. Through my experience to date, I have developed clinical expertise and in-depth knowledge in caring for oncology patients. I have also participated in several initiatives with community agencies to facilitate early discharge, which has increased my awareness of the need to expand the palliative care program at your facility. My enclosed résumé provides further details about my qualifications, skills and accomplishments. I would appreciate the opportunity to discuss my potential contribution to your organization’s palliative care program. I look forward to hearing from you. I can be reached at (phone/email). Sincerely,

    Our cover letter templates have ways to grab your employers’ attention. Every detail of the importance of your letter is taken into account. After downloading and filling in the blanks, you can customize every detail, typography, font size, and appearance of your cover letter and finish in minutes. 

    Download this Short Nursing Cover Letter now and impress your future employer in minutes! Don't forget to add your resume to this letter.


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