If you have found a role that you want to apply for doing packaging assembly then you will usually have worked in a manual role previously and be aware of the repetitive work that is involved. You need to be very thorough within this role and pay great attention to detail at all times.
You could work on a shift system depending on the company that you are packaging for and what products they package to be sent out. You will be working towards delivery deadlines which cannot be missed. This job is usually requires standing for long time and lifting heavy and light weights during the shifts. Hours can also be unsociable due to nature of the job.
If you are ready to write your covering letter to go with your CV, then please see the below example which you can use as a guide. You should amend this application letter as suitable before sending it to the employers/recruiters.
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Packaging Assembly Cover Letter
222 Every Road, Any Town, AA1 1BB
Mrs Jane Smith
Application for the role of Packaging Assembly
I would like to apply for the role of Packaging Assembly which I have seen advertised in (which publication and when).
I have worked in many warehouse and factory settings since leaving school and I am very thorough in my
work. I concentrate well and pay great attention to detail. I do not get bored by the repetitive nature of the work and ensure that I concentrate carefully at all times.
I have had some responsibility in showing new starters how they need to do their work and supervising their work loads and I feel I have enough experience to be able to do this.
I am very organised and detailed; I work hard and quickly and always meet the deadlines in the assembly line.
My CV shows my skills and experiences to date, if you have any further questions 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.