If you have seen a role as a hospital porter that you are interested in applying for then you may have previous experience or be a hard, hands on worker. You will need to be considerate of the needs of both patients and their relatives and visitors and be able to provide help in terms of directions etc and support in case of moving a patient from a ward to x ray for example.
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You should be patient and very friendly if you want to be a hospital porter. You would be working under pressure most times and face difficult situations. You don’t need to have any qualification in order to become a hospital porter.
Salaries for porters are between £14,294 and £17,425 a year. You may be also getting additional payments such as overtime and shift allowances.
You should amend this example letter as suitable before using it for your job applications. It’s important application letter to be unique. If you have found a job in which you want to apply for, please see the below covering letter example:
Hospital Porter Cover Letter
Mr. A. Employee
1, My House
Mrs. A. Manager
I would like to apply for the role of Hospital Porter that I have seen advertised in (where) and (when).
I am a hands on worker and feel that I would like to learn and become a hospital porter. I am hard working and dedicated and after reading your job description I feel that I could do the role well and be of help to the hospital (name if you know it).
I am not restricted by hours or days of work and can be flexible with extra cover as necessary. I am a good communicator and feel that I would be able to work well with colleagues and patients alike and am able to show compassion where it is needed.
I have a kind and caring nature, am thorough and pay great attention to detail. From looking at the role and hospital I feel that I could help in a good way and that I have transferable skills that you would be interested in.
Please find enclosed my CV, should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me.
Thank you for taking the time to read my letter and CV.