Child Care Assistant Cover Letter
Child Care Assistants take care of children when their family members are not available. This job requires knowledge of early childhood development and a great deal of patience. Typical Child Care Assistant duties include: supervising children and ensuring their safety, assisting children with hygiene, preparing and serving meals, changing diapers, encouraging physical activity, maintaining records of child progress, and reporting to parents.
Based on our collection of sample cover letters for Child Care Assistant, the most sought-after skills for this role are:
- Being able to interact with children
- Instruction skills
- Supervisory skills and attention to safety
- Stamina and resilience
- Emotional stability and patience
- Excellent communication skills
- A caring personality
- Computer literacy
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Dear Mrs. Moss:
When I learned of Little Darling Daycare’s need for an enthusiastic Child Care Assistant to join its team, I was eager to submit my resume for consideration. With extensive babysitting experience coupled with my fun and personable demeanour, I am confident that I can provide excellent child care at your organization.
As a junior at Western University, I am pursuing a degree in Early Childhood Education due to my love of working with children. For the past eight years, I have served as a babysitter for numerous families—for which I am happy to provide references—including children from infancy through age 12. From preparing snacks and changing diapers to helping with homework and ensuring overarching safety, I have proven myself to be enthusiastic and supportive in every aspect of caring for children. Furthermore, I have experience helping children through separation anxiety, using distraction and refocussing techniques to help kids through those tough emotions.
Along with my experience and education, I have also completed basic CPR and AED training and possess a deep understanding of first aid supplies and techniques. These attributes, complemented by my outgoing and communicative nature, are sure to render me an asset to your team and make a positive impression on parents and caregivers.
My child care skills and experience, along with my positive attitude and friendly nature, position me to excel in this role. I would love the opportunity to meet with you and discuss my qualifications in more detail.
Thank you very much, and I look forward to speaking with you soon!
Julia K. Francis