Dear Mr. Riccio,
I am submitting my information in order to be considered for the open position of Title Examiner which you advertised in New York Times. I have the basic skills that are required for this position including excellent typing skills, strong communication skills and the ability to clearly communicate my thoughts through writing and speaking equally. However, I’m sure you know that nearly any person off the street can come in and perform those tasks.
My skills that pertain directly to the position of title examiner garnered from my 10 years of experience include the following:
•Reviewing and analyzing title abstracts and searches.
•Compose reports and commitments utilized by foreclosure law firms.
•Working knowledge of Ramquest.
•Thorough understanding of title law in this state.
I understand that the position of title examiner may seem to be a behind the scenes job, but in reality it is common for the title examiner to meet with, communicate with and provide general customer service to clients. Being able to prioritize and work quickly yet accurately on several projects at one time is a must. These are all strong points for me as you will find out when you check my professional references.
I would appreciate a meeting with you to further discuss the position and our mutual needs. Please contact me to schedule a meeting. I am available at your convenience at (555)-555-5555.