A bookkeeper is an accounting professional who manages a company’s financial records such as accounts receivable and payable, ledgers, cheques and bank statements. He or she will also be responsible for managing profit and loss statements and balance sheets.
Bookkeepers are required to possess at least a bachelor’s degree in accounting as there are many financial functions that need to be performed for which a strong accounting background is needed.
Dear Mr. Rudson:
This letters expresses a special interest in the potential position of a Bookkeeper at Scott Management Co. I am aware that the company has just started out and may be looking to fill its need of financial staff and I am here to provide these services.
My experience as a bookkeeper spans over three years during which I have worked with one large conglomerate and one small company. There, I developed expertise in cash handling, cash deposits, A/R, A/P, invoice processing, reconciliation, and payroll functions.
Some of my key strengths include: exceptional organizational skills, keen sense of urgency, highly detail oriented, organized and dependable. In addition, I am a good user of QuickBooks, Excel and Outlook. With these skills and proactive team leading qualities, I have the capability to execute your financial tasks in a very professional manner.
I am anticipating a meeting with you soon for which I will call your office after two weeks to see if your calendar allows one. If you require any additional information from my side, I can be reached at (012)
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