Cover Letter Samples

Production Assistant Cover Letter Sample

Writing a great Production Assistant cover letter is an important step in your job search journey. When writing a cover letter, be sure to reference the requirements listed in the job description. In your letter, reference your most relevant or exceptional qualifications to help employers see why you're a great fit for the role. In the same way that you might reference resume samples, the following Production Assistant cover letter example will help you to write a cover letter that best highlights your experience and qualifications. If you're ready to apply for your next role, upload your resume to Indeed Resume to get started.

Ivy Haddington

(123) 456-7891

ihaddington@email.com

May 1, 2018

Dear Hiring Manager,

I am applying for the Production Assistant position at Crane & Jenkins Productions. As a Communications student at Coral Springs University, I am eager to take on a part-time or internship position. I work quickly and efficiently and am meticulously organized. I can craft and edit content while getting projects done on time. Putting my strengths to use, I am excited about the idea of helping Crane & Jenkins Productions, a company that produces first-rate entertainment.

I was recently the Development Intern at Cloud Clearwater Pictures. A goal of Cloud Clearwater Pictures' internship program is for students to get hands-on experience with the movie and television development process. While there, I researched pilots and films and helped decide which should go into production. I also managed desk duties, taking calls, responding to emails and setting up meetings. In addition, I helped talent and assisted with casting multiple features.

As a result of my role as Development Intern, I have gained experience reviewing and editing books and scripts. I am also skilled at writing press releases, articles and pitch summaries. Some of the announcements I wrote have since been used to publicize some of the most talked-about projects in the industry. My supervisor set a goal for me to make decisions on 50 films and pilots during my four-month stint. I made decisions on 100, surpassing that goal by 50.

Thank you for your consideration and time. Attached are my resume, letters of recommendation and a link to my portfolio, which features written and production work. Please let me know if you need any additional information. I look forward to learning more about the Production Assistant position at Crane & Jenkins Productions, and I hope to hear from you soon.

Sincerely,

Ivy Haddington

Cover Letter Tips

  • In a few sentences, explain why you’re a great fit for this specific role. State why you’re excited about the job and the company, and how the job matches your career goals.
  • In one or two paragraphs, connect your past accomplishments with the requirements listed in the job description. Focus on your most relevant experience, qualifications and skills. When possible, quantify your accomplishments with facts and data. Avoid repeating the bullet points from your resume.
  • Close by thanking the employer for their time and consideration. You may also want to sum up your qualifications for the role and express an interest in continuing to the next stage in the hiring process.