If you have found a role as an Estates Officer which you would like to apply for then you must be an organised individual as you will have a number of different roles to perform as an Estates Officer from checking for repairs, maintenance, attending meetings, writing reports, dealing with tenants etc.
If you are looking for some guidance on how to write a good covering letter, please see the below for a guide.
Cover Letter: Estates Officer
Application for an Estates Officer
I have recently seen the position of Estates Officer advertised in (where, when) and I would like to apply for this role.
On a smaller scale I have had some experience in dealing with tenants and ensuring that their tenancy agreements are signed and up to date, dealt with new tenants coming into properties, going through a checklist once tenants are moved into a property, dealing with maintenance issues and repairs as necessary. I feel that these skills are transferable to the role you have had advertised and I enjoy doing this role as I have a very organised nature and feel that to do this role well you need to be organised and thorough.
I have a confident manner having spent a number of years dealing with many different types of personality and seniority and I enjoy communicating with other people.
I am also a proactive person who enjoys working on my own initiative as well as part of a bigger team. I have always mainly worked on my own due to the nature of the role but this does not phase me and I actually view this as another challenge.
I have enclosed my CV which shows in detail my skills and experience but should you need any further details please do not hesitate to contact me and I will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
Thank you for taking the time to read my letter and CV and I look forward to hearing from you in due course.