University Vice President Cover Letter

Cover Letter Examples - Higher Education / Communications

Customizing your cover letter is a highly important part of an effective job application. A customized cover letter lays out all the reasons why an employer should hire you. Here's an example of a cover letter targeted for a job in the higher education industry, in the field of communications.

Remember, it should be used as inspiration only, and you should always tailor your cover letter to reflect your experience and the specific position for which you are applying.

Also see below for more examples of cover letters written for a job in communications.

Cover Letter Example - Higher Education / Communications

Your Name
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Contact Person
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Dear Contact Person:

As an experienced communications professional, I'm very interested in the position of Associate Vice President of University Campaign Communications at the University of North Florida.

I have a proven track record in a majority of the competencies you're seeking, especially in strategically communicating institutional priorities. I believe I would be the ideal candidate for this role, as my experience and my skills align with the role outlined in the job description.

Here are a few highlights of my candidacy:

  • Twelve years experience developing and implementing internal and external communications for ABCD Energy/Electric and ABCD Corporation.
  • Handling a wide range of creative services, collaborating with and supervising creative services staff and vendors to produce marketing and other print communications, as well as online communications and video projects.
  • Exceptional writing and editing skills honed over the past 13 years in public relations and corporate communications; from press releases to newsletters to video scripts to web sites and intranet publications.
  • Providing communications counsel and expertise to executives and managers for issues management, benefits communications and employee relations.

As a recent transplant to Miami, I still own a home in Tampa and would love to put my skills to work back in Tampa.

Please let me know if I can answer any questions or provide any work samples.

Sincerely,

Your Name

Cover Letter for a College Communications Position

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Dear Contact Person:

I am writing to indicate my interest in the position of Assistant Director of Campaign Communications. I'm a passionate supporter of our current campaign, and a fully-engaged member of the College community.

For many years, I've had a long and happy affiliation with this College, as an employee, parent (Marie '01), student, and Alumni Board member. My current position as Administrative Coordinator in the English Department has allowed close collaboration with my Chair, student majors, and 40-plus faculty, as well as many different offices and departments. It's been a joy to work in the English Department, though, as I near completion of my masters degree, I'm eager to use my talents in greater contribution to the College.

The position of Director of Campaign Communications provides a wonderful opportunity for the College to engage one of its most enthusiastic community members in promotion of its important message.

It is a position where my interpersonal and organizational skills, and experience with so many college constituencies, could be put to very productive and successful use.

Speaking to position qualifications, concentrations in literature and writing in both my undergraduate and graduate programs here have allowed me to become a skilled writer. I prefer to work in a tempest of activity and embrace challenges where solutions and problem-solving are necessary.

Technology is becoming a vital component in the day-to-day operations of most offices, and I look forward to incorporating the technologies I've used in the past, and I am very excited to work with new systems.

Organization is vital when balancing multiple projects and demands, and the ability to organize well has made my experience in the English Department much more rewarding.

Perhaps the greatest asset I offer is the ability to work with many personalities and groups of people, and I realize just how valuable that is when working with College constituencies, on committees, and in my work with our Alumni Board.

I can think of no better way to honor the riches of my education and work history than sharing the important message of this campaign.

I appreciate your considering my application. Please review the attached resume. I look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,

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FirstName LastName

Cover Letter Example - Director of Communications

Your Name
Your Address
Your City, State, Zip Code
Your Phone Number
Your Email

Contact Name
Title
Company Name
Address
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Dear Contact Person:

As an experienced communications professional, I'm very interested in the American Organization's Director of Communications position.

I have a proven track record in almost all of the competencies you're seeking. Here are a few highlights:

  • Handled a wide range of creative services, collaborating with creative services peers, subordinates and vendors to produce marketing and other print communications, as well online communications and video projects.
  • Exceptional writing and editing skills honed over the past 13 years in public relations and corporate communications; from press releases to newsletters to video scripts to websites and yes, guest columns.
  • Developing and implementing communications strategies for reaching employees and other stakeholders.
  • Providing communications counsel and expertise to executives and managers for issues management, benefits communications, and employee relations.

In my current role at Company A, I've worked closely with nonprofits while administering our corporate marine conservation donation program. This is the most rewarding part of my job, helping connect worthy organizations with funding.

I will call in one week to follow-up and find out if I can answer any questions or provide any work samples.

Sincerely,

Signature (hard copy letter)

FirstName LastName

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Five candidates for OHIO Dean of University College and Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education announced

May 5, 2014
From staff reports

Executive Vice President and Provost Pam Benoit is pleased to announce that a search committee has put forward five candidate finalists for the position of Dean of University College and Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education. The candidates will have the opportunity to speak with the University community during open forums with faculty, staff, and students during interviews this month.

During each open forum, each candidate will present his or her vision for how undergraduate education generally, and University College in particular, can provide a distinctive and transformative experience for Ohio University students. There will be a time for questions from the audience.

Finalists and their dates of their university forums include the following:

  • Peter Mather, Associate Professor of Higher Education and Student Affairs in the Gladys W. and David H. Patton College of Education and Secretary to the Ohio University Board of Trustees: May 12, 2:30 to 3:30 p.m., Baker 230.
  • Jerry Miller, Associate Professor in the School of Communication Studies in the Scripps College of Communication: May 13, 2 to 3 p.m., Baker 239.
  • Elizabeth Sayrs, Associate Professor of Music Theory in the College of Fine Arts: May 15, 1:45 to 2:45 p.m., Baker 205.
  • Linda Rice, Associate Professor of English in the College of Arts and Sciences: May 22, 1:45 to 2:45 p.m., Baker University Center 230.
  • Jeff Giesey, Associate Professor in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and Associate Dean for Academics in the Russ College of Engineering and Technology: May 23, 1:45 p.m. to 2:45 p.m., Baker 230.

Each candidate’s cover letter and curricula vitae are available below:

Peter Mather

Jerry Miller

Elizabeth Sayrs

Linda Rice

Jeff Giesey

Laura Myers, Chief of Staff to the Provost, said that Provost Benoit hopes to identify the new dean beginning July 1. David Descutner, current Dean of University College and Executive Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education, is stepping down to enter the early retiree program in June. Descutner will return to the faculty of the Scripps College of Communication School of Communication Studies.

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