AstraZeneca – Oxford University vaccine called ChAdOx1 (also known as AZD1222) has started rolling out in the UK and hundreds of people have already received their first dose starting in January 2021.
The first Oxford – AstraZeneca vaccines have been delivered in the UK but there are 60 million people yet to receive their jab so the NHS are looking for vaccinators throughout the country to join their vaccination army.
There are volunteers and professionals brought in from alternative departments who are already carrying out the jabs. However this year the NHS will need many more people to help with the Vaccination efforts, and to catch up on other routine vaccines that may have been missed out on during the lockdowns.
You can use our Vaccinator cover letter example if you are going to apply for the job whether it’s for a volunteer or paid position.
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Writing a cover letter seems like an easy job until you have to write one. You may think that you already know everything about writing a perfect application letter but it can be a pretty stressful job.
If you are feeling frustrated about putting together an application letter then here is our example cover letter to help you get started.
You don’t currently have to have any previous experience to become a vaccinator as the NHS will provide appropriate training, but experience with First Aid will be an advantage.
Vaccinator Cover Letter Example
Mrs. A. Employee
2, My House
I would like to apply for the role of Vaccinator, currently being advertised on jobvacancies.net. Please find enclosed my online application form and CV for your consideration.
As you can see from my online application form, I have over two years experience in the [INSERT JOB ROLE HERE] and I believe the knowledge and skills I gained during my previous job make me the right candidate for the Vaccinator role. During this time I had to quickly learn how to complete new procedures demonstrating I can follow protocol accurately. I also received First Aid training and was called upon to deliver First Aid to various customers which I dealt with efficiently.
I am aware that I have limited experience in delivering injections but I am a quick learner. I can pick up everything quickly and accurately during the NHS training sessions.
I am ready for an interview immediately whether face to face, online or over the telephone.
I have a full UK driving licence and my own transport however I can also use the public transport.
I look forward to hearing from you.