Cover Letter
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Location: San Diego, CA, USA
School: San Diego State University
Field of study: Civil Engineering

Cover Letter

Jaron J. Floyd
8346 Holt St
Spring Valley, CA 91977
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31st December 2020

Dear Hiring Manager,

I am contacting you to express my interest in the job opportunity that your company has presented. As a recent college graduate with long-term internship experience, I know I would make a valuable addition to your team. My experiences align well with the aspects of the job description as I have worked in a large engineering firm overseeing time-sensitive documents and fast approaching deadlines. Overall I am confident that my internship experience, vigorous education, and work ethic reflect what is needed for this position.

After working under my internship, I have knowledge of using Bluebeam and other software such as AutoCAD to edit and make changes to engineering documents. I am able to communicate with various trucking vendors to ensure scheduled site drop-offs and payments. Also, I can handle the complete process of PCOs and CCOs. My previous internship solidified my passion for civil engineering and allowed me to experience a well-rounded skill set that is crucial to being a successful engineer. As I excel at:

Tracking payments of laborers and subcontractors.
Managing PCOs and other time-sensitive documents.
Communicating with field engineers and trucking vendors concerning milestones on the project site.
Using Bluebeam to aid with takeoff support, RFI corrections, and laborer rates.

I am a diligent individual with the ability to adapt, learn quickly, and surpass expectations. I would greatly appreciate the opportunity to contribute to your ongoing growth and continued success. Please review my attached application for additional details concerning my expertise and achievements. Do not hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or need further clarification on my experience. I am looking forward to meeting you and discussing this position in detail.

Sincerely,

Jaron Floyd