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Program Coordinator

July 06, 2016

Human Resources Manager

Slippery Rock University

Dear Madam/Sir,

RE: Program Coordinator for Community Service and Service Learning

I am contacting you in regards to the Program Coordinator for Community Service and Service Learning position, advertised on the Slippery Rock University website. I am very interested in coordination of community service programs through development and implementation including but not limited to community service and community based learning, maintaining a good working relationships within the departments and coordination process for interested SRU students to participate in service activities.

My relevant qualifications include Masters in Public Service, a Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management, and a Bachelor degree in Education.

I have enclosed my resume, which highlights some of my work history reflecting on

both my full time, part time and community involvement as well as gained skills. My employers testify to my competence and efficacy. I have acquired expertise and

experience in recruitment and providing professional development. I have superior interpersonal and communication skills, am an outstanding team player and possesses good decision making skills, I have strong planning and organizational skills, am very self-motivated and able to work independently to achieve results with minimum supervision as desired.

I feel confident that my interest and expertise would be a valuable asset to Slippery Rock University as the Program Coordinator for Community Service and Service Learning. I look forward to an interview to discuss ways that I may be able to contribute towards productivity and efficiency in this University.

Looking forward to hearing from you.



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