I’ve been following Brooklyn Resume’s work and am intrigued by the new direction the agency is taking in establishing itself as experts in the multicultural advertising space.This appeals to me greatly, as I also bring experience within the Hispanic market sector from my last role as a Designer for Draft FBC, in addition to being a native Spanish speaker and having lived in Mexico for 3 years.
This is important because it not only shows that you did your homework and research, but this is how you effectively customize a cover letter.
You might go into personal attributes here as well, perhaps soft skills like how your ability to be flexible and adapt quickly makes you a strong candidate for successfully navigating a career change, or your passion for your work has proved valuable in moving up through your organization.
If you’re ready to apply for your next role, upload your resume to Indeed Resume to get started.) I’m excited to be applying for the Marketer position at Crane & Jenkins.
As a marketing manager with more than five years’ experience at leading agencies, I’ve cultivated a talent for developing creative and successful marketing strategies.
I’m excited about combining my skills and my desire to serve the community with Crane & Jenkins’ extensive nonprofit client portfolio.
During my previous role at Cloud Clearwater, I developed three of the agency’s top-producing advertising campaigns.
My background combines over 7 years of experience creating compelling integrated campaigns for clients in the retail and fashion space, with a strong knowledge of designing interfaces for mobile and tablet platforms.
I’ve collaborated with a number of highly-respected creative agencies including Digitas, Publicis, and BBDO to create award-winning work that speaks to customers’ goals and expectations.
The goal isn’t to reiterate what’s on the resume, but to give a compelling lead in that suggests that what you’re currently doing is relevant to the role you’re applying for.
You might do the same for previous roles, but again, be concise.