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Pharmacologist Cover Letter Example

19 Bright Street
Filton
FN21 2PP

07682 273 018
pippa.king@live.com

7 April 2017

Ms Julia Sanders
Managing Director
FP Science Research
89 Greenside Road
Glastonbury
GY6 9HG

Dear Ms Sanders,

Re: Pharmacologist (Ref: #425)

I recently had a discussion with Mr John Campbell from your organisation regarding the above vacancy, and he strongly advised me to submit an application for this role due to my education and experience in biomedical science and pharmacology.

I graduated in 2015 with a first-class honours degree in BSc Biomedical Science from the University of Warwick. Some of the relevant modules that I studied include Cellular Biochemistry and Biology, Drug Action, Genes and Molecules, Neuroscience, Immunology, and Integrative Pharmacology. As part of my degree programme, I completed a one-year placement year working as a Trainee Pharmacologist at William Lyne Ltd.

Besides my technical and scientific knowledge in the field, I also possess outstanding interpersonal skills which have been refined over the past few years at University and on my placement year. I can work very well with people from all backgrounds and all levels of seniority. I have the ability to read, understand and write technical reports and documentation.

I would love to pursue a career at FP Science Research and assist you with your groundbreaking research and development projects. I bring a lot of hands-on experience and enthusiasm to this role, and I firmly believe that my contribution will be immense.

You will find my CV attached with this cover letter, and please do not hesitate to call me on the number above if you require anything else. I look forward to meeting you!

Yours sincerely,

~ Signature goes here ~

Pippa King.

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OVERVIEW

  • SALARY RANGE
    £25.000 – £50.000
  • ENTRY
    Degree and Work Experience
  • WORKING HOURS
    37+ hours per week

Competencies

  • Scientific Method
    Ability to use science to investigate problems and propose solutions
  • Investigation
    Ability to research and examine a matter in a focused manner
  • Time Management
    Identifying critical and less critical activities and tasks and prioritising accordingly
  • Problem-solving
    To identify and solve medical problems
  • Specialist Knowledge
    Possessing sound and specialist knowledge of pharmacology
  • Attention to Detail
    Paying attention to every aspect of the task or project and ensuring that no “small details” are overlooked

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