In a cover letter for a lube technician position, introduce yourself by indicating the reason why you are interested in the position and what makes you a good choice to hire.
There is no rule against you writing all this information in more than one paragraph but if you possibly can, try to limit it to one.
For the main body, you can use as many paragraphs as you want to – just make sure that you do not go overboard with what you are saying.
Overwhelming the reader is not your goal – making him understand your position as a viable candidate is.
The ending of your cover letter needs to be short and to the point.
Point out the fact that you appreciate the reader’s time and attention and divulge your interest in meeting him in person. Leave a number or an email (or both) and the best time to call you.
Lube Technician Cover Letter Sample
65 White Street
Romney, WV 50298
Shawn @ email . com
September 15, 2019
Mr. Alan Harvey
The Auto Spa
232 Main Ave
Romney, WV 55600
Dear Mr. Harvey:
As a results-driven and technically-inclined Lube Technician, I would like to be considered for a similar position at The Auto Spa. Vehicle maintenance and care such as oil change and tire rotation is my specialty.
As can be seen on the attached resume, I have a proven track record of maintaining vehicle standards by ensuring that all maintenance activities are done on time.
My last job as a lube technician provided me with the opportunity work in the following areas:
- Pressure Inflation
- Fluid Levels Conformity
- Vehicle Inspection
- Rotation and Balancing
- Belt Inspections
- Mechanical Support
- Flat tire Fixing
- Customer Service
I look forward to a meeting with you where I can emphasize on my capabilities in this regard in a more profound manner. If you need to contact me, please feel free to call me at (000) 145-2343.
Thank you for your time and consideration.