Quality Assurance Manager Cover Letter

by Kimberly Sarmiento

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(Name of Hiring Manager, Title)
(Name of Company)
(City, State, Zip) 


Dear (Mr. or Ms.) (Last Name),

I am writing to you to express my interest in your open position of (Job Title) as advertised on (Job Site). With 15+ years of experience as a Quality Assurance Manager, I believe I am an ideal candidate for this position. I offer a proven track record of achievement in identifying and capitalizing on opportunities to enhance overall quality of deliverables. To that effect, I am highly skilled in creating sustainable solutions that reduce operating costs, improve efficiencies, and lower risks for an organization.

I am known for effectively managing, coaching, and developing cross-functional personnel while providing training to a wide-range of professionals and stakeholders. Examples of my work include:

  • Provided leadership for Lean Six Sigma operational excellence projects such as project billing improvements, cost impact analysis of rework, and standard rate initiative for margin improvement.
  • Contributed to development of quality management plans for each operational sector (energy, environmental, and infrastructure) in compliance with ISO 9001 requirements; focused on managing quality across all lines of business.
  • Headed a custom FDA-compliant laboratory quality program for a chemical manufacturing plant, including an SOP manual, equipment and method validation protocols, and standardized bench sheets/data logs; trained laboratory manager and assisted with on-site FDA audit and corrective actions to audit findings.

Confident I will make a positive impact on your operation, I respectfully submit my resume for your review. I would also like to request a personal meeting to discuss your upcoming goals and how I can help you achieve them.  I will make myself available at your convenience and look forward to your call. Until then, thank you for your consideration.



John Smith