Dear Dr. Smith,
In May, I will graduate from the State University of Stony Brook with a Bachelor of Science in Cytotechnology, with a minor in Biology. I am seeking to pursue my long-term personal and professional goal of a challenging career as a Cytotechnologist within a hospital environment for the variety of specimens and the opportunity to participate in fine needle aspiration procedures. Let me briefly highlight the skills, values and contributions I will bring to your healthcare facility:
- Dedicated commitment to a long and successful career as a Cytotechnologist.
- Excellent patient relations/evaluation, time-management, troubleshooting, interpersonal and communication skills, developed through experience at Good Samaritan Hospital as a Cytology Prep Assistant.
- Ability to perform independently or as part of a team, building cooperative working relationships among management and support staff in order to meet goals and achieve successful results.
- Aptitude to collaborate with physicians to implement protocol; provide new product evaluations and procurement.
- Proven success in prioritizing time and completing intense workloads under severe pressure to attain goals and meet project deadlines, achieving desired results.
- An energetic, hardworking and self-motivated work ethic, coupled with a flexible approach to assignments.
Because a resume can neither fully detail all my skills and accomplishments nor convey my potential to your Cytology Department, I would welcome a personal interview to further explore the merging of my education, experience, ambition and enthusiasm with your facility’s objectives. I will call next week to inquire about a mutually convenient time.
Very truly yours,