Cover and T Letters

One of the best ways you can illustrate to a potential employer that you have the skills and qualifications needed is to create a “T-letter”. This can be integrated into your cover letter and in the summary section of your resume.

Here is an example:

Ability to coordinate and oversee the work of subordinates. Experience in supervising 20 account managers ensuring staff efficiency as a Client Service Director
Ability to strategically plan, develop and implement programs and operations toward achievement of team’s mission, goals, and objectives. Experience developing and implementing client programs that ensure their orders are delivered accurately and on-time as a Client Service Director.
The analytical skills to perform needs assessments, evaluate current programs, and initiate changes or adjustments to current systems and improve operations. Success in having introduced a customer tracking system streamlining the order fulfillment process and vastly shortening delivery times.