Write a cover letter catered to a hiring manager looking to fill a remote position. Cover letters should showcase key words in job descriptions. Cover letters should show hiring managers that remote workers are self-sufficient and do not require micromanagement.
- [Voiceover] Raise your hand if you love…writing cover letters.…Me neither.…Writing about yourself just feels awkward…and having to add that complexity…of why you're well suited for work-in-the-home positions,…on top of why you're a good fit for the company,…just sounds exhausting and difficult.…But, it doesn't have to be.…Whether you have tons or almost no remote work experience,…my aim is to help you write a cover letter…that will best showcase your remote attributes.…Now, before you even start writing anything down on paper,…it's a good idea to just to visualize…what your potential remote employer's looking for…in a remote worker.…
In all honesty, they're probably looking for someone…they can just flat out trust.…Or someone who won't need lots of supervision…and someone who will pipe up if they need anything.…Oh yeah, and someone who has the competence…to actually do the job too.…Sounds easy enough, right?…Well, let me show you what that could look like on paper.…In your cover letter, show your hiring manager…
- Explain the benefits of a remote job position.
- Identify three technologies a person should master in order to work effectively in a remote position.
- Determine what to do if a recruiter asks for sensitive information before describing a job.
- Recognize three important things to consider when preparing for a remote interview.
- Determine the most important question to ask during a hiring interview.
- Summarize the next action to take after receiving a compensation offer.