Re: A Cover Letter to my Resume
for the Advertised Position of Industrial Mechanic (Millwright).
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ATTN: Human Resources Department …
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Dear Recruiting Manager,

in response to your company advertisement for ‘An Industrial Mechanic \ Millwright’ i am submitting to your attention my (otherwise, but only as it is, in this ms., word format publicly accessible) resume which in (its) fundamentals includes that i was certificated and have worked as the Industrial Mechanic (Millwright), Pipe Fitter and Welder … 

Please notice (that) to learn more still and thus not only for this end more to know, it is not necessary, but if you wish so the screen tip texts individually inserted into its content will make it possible …
 
A reference letter and other credentials are attached to my resume or can be submitted upon your request at any time so, too e.g.,
a clean criminal record, driver abstract etc., if essential to this position. It is a contract job (max., 1 m.,) preferably in the unionized industrial environment i am in search for …  

The interests mentioned / subsequent positive references should not disorient you nor should they develop any negative feelings, but only to support (they should) my best meant intentions, that is, finally to find a better paid job and by this a company with future, the future here, elsewhere means money and a few other “things” etc …  
 
The relocation if necessary does not represent any problem and still is possible its coverage, however, is restricted a little, all will depend upon the company involved. A wage expectation what is paid on average at present (the last / hr., paid $27) and/or close to it. I do all overtimes as required. Thank you for your kind consideration to discuss further on my possible employment with your company …

With Regards, Yours …
Frederic Bergman