The taker cover letter should focus more on the caretaking skills of the candidate as it is the main aspect of their duties. Takers are also known as caretakers and they are required to care of whatever they are given responsibility of. Caretakers are given full possession and if anything goes wrong during their watch, they are responsible. Therefore, this position should be considered only by interested candidates.
Taker jobs pay well and they also come with benefits like health insurance. Some specialist caretaker jobs require certain education; otherwise, most caretakers do not require much education. Below are two samples of the most common taker jobs. Use them to create your own cover letter for the taker job.
721, Farmer's Market Road
Omaha, Nebraska, USA
(626) 244 1245
Cell no. (441) 561 1433
062, 99th Street
Omaha. Nebraska, USA
Dear Ms. Crowe,
Working and caring for farm animals has been a specialty of mine and according to the advertisement placed in the Omaha Herald, you are looking for a candidate like me to look after your farm and animals. Please go through my resume I have attached with this letter to see if am qualified for this job.
I was born in the great city of Omaha and was raised on a farm. Hence, I am good at taking care of farm animals. What better than receiving first hand training on a farm?. I previously worked on the Wesley Farms for three years where I was the head caretaker. My main job was to guide the other care takers in daily chores like collection of eggs and milk, feeding the animals on time and check the health of all animals, etc.
I also trained all the new farm hands in animal care. The farm had a variety of animals like chicken, ducks, cows, pigs and horses. I am an expert in handling all these animals. I am also knowledgeable about their diets and medications. I have good contacts with a veterinary who can be available any time through the day. I am also an expert at maintaining records for the farm. There are a variety of duties which I would be more than happy to perform if you give me a chance.
My resume has detailed information on my work experience. It also has my contacts numbers on which I can be contacted anytime. I look forward to get interviewed for the caretaker position on your farm. Thank you.
6161, Old House Drive
Columbus, Ohio, USA
(740) 835 1621
Cell no. (526) 255 7290
Animal Treatment Center
78, Mane Hollow Road
Columbus, Ohio, USA
Dear Mr. Adrian,
Caring for animals as a permanent part of livelihood has been a lifelong dream of mine. Therefore, I am applying for the non-farm animal caretaker position in your company. I have prior experience in this field and would be the right person for this job.
I previously worked in Chicago Zoo for four years as a junior care taker and handled many non-farm animals. I was in charge of feeding, bathing and grooming the animals. I worked with a variety of animals and know a lot of information about each one. I was especially good at taking care of sick animals. Never was there any incident of death of any animal under my care.
Whenever there were veterinary rounds, I was the one who accompanied the vet during inspection of each animal. I even administered medications to the animals. I am good with animals and handle them with a lot of care. I have also never been a victim of an animal bite. I can assure you of the same professional handling of animals in your treatment center.
My resume is also attached with this letter and you can contact me on the numbers provided in them. It would make me extremely happy to work in a noble organization such as yours. Thank you.
These above two taker cover letter samples are for caretakers. One is for a farm animal caretaker while the other is for non-farm animal. Caretakers are required for many other things as well, property for instance. Caretakers look after property on behalf of someone and are given salary in return. There are taker positions as well.