I see that you are looking for a creative person who can patiently listen to customers’ needs and concerns and point them in the right direction, and I, as a person who enjoys explaining technology on a day to day basis to friends, family, and peers happen to be in that market for that perfect position.
I happen to be a serious Apple enthusiast (from iPhones, to iMac) and after many visits to the Apple store I thought to myself “why haven’t I thought about working for Apple before?”. So with that my search had begun.
I found this opening for a Creative on the Apple Career site, and I think it may be perfect for me. I will admit that I have not had a full time job that displays my computer skills and knowledge (or in other words a job that I can brag about to you guys that will impress you and make you say “wow she’s good…..lets hire her”) I just graduated from the Henley college in 2012 .before you judge this book by my cover I’d like to let you know that I DO have experience in Windows Vista, XP, HP-UX and of course Mac. I understand that I am familiar with a lot of applications and tools that probably won’t even matter to this position, but more importantly is the fact that I have come across a variety of software that new Mac customers may be familiar with and I can guide them through the process of their Mac and maybe find some similarities or an easier solution in a Mac.I look at my job from the customer’s point of view and I try my best to treat the customer as I would want to be treated if I were a customer myself.
So, I think this has been a bit of an unconventional cover letter for an Apple position. I can only hope that by reading this you can see a bit of what my character is like as a person (but hey its just a piece of paper….don’t judge the resume by its cover……a bit of humour there) as well as my communication and technical skills. I think I’m pretty outgoing and have a bit of a bubbly personality, and I believe that will help me fit in...