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Jax Sampson

(111) 789-3456

April 19, 2019

Dear Hiring Manager,

It gives me great joy to have the opportunity to become the COO of Centurion Medical Research. I believe that with my drive, energy, superior organizational abilities and charisma, I can be a great COO for Centurion and ensure that it runs like a well-oiled machine. It would be a challenge, a privilege and an extraordinary opportunity for personal growth to be able to take charge of the day-to-day operations of such an important company — all things that appeal to me enormously and that will inspire me to do the best job that I can possibly do to help Centurion thrive.

In my life, I have been a serial entrepreneur. I have started multiple companies and have had to obsess over each and every aspect of their inner workings in order to nurture them into a good financial position. As such, I intimately recognize the importance of effective management. I know what makes a good manager, and I can embody those qualities. I can communicate plans and objectives, oversee projects and inspire employees in all parts of a company to be the best that they can be. Also, I understand that, sometimes, apparently small problems or inefficiencies in a company's operations can prove fatal over the long run if not addressed properly.

In addition to my entrepreneurial experience, I have also held various high-ranking executive positions at Innovation Medical Technologies. This not only gave me a close familiarity with the minutiae of the medical research business but also showed me the importance of establishing good communication with the company's CEO and other top executives. With this experience, I am motivated to be a capable COO.

Thank you for your time and consideration. I know that one way or another, countless companies live and die by the ways in which they handle their day-to-day operations. This is the bread and butter of any enterprise. It would be my honor to serve as COO of Centurion Medical Research and shoulder the supreme responsibility of ensuring that the company is on a path to success.


Jax Sampson

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