Don't send a letter like this:
It is with great interest and enthusiasm I submit my attached resume for your consideration.
Unnecessary, pompous declaration of interest. Crap.
As a seasoned and experienced Human Resources Manager I believe that I can offer Company XXX a set of skills and competencies and a passion which will be of value to your organization.
Hey, Pally, we know this you think this and we don't care. And aren't seasoned and experienced the same darned thing?
I have held the post of Human Resources Coordinator at Company XXY for several years and am exploring opportunities to further practice my Human Resources knowledge and skills in a setting that ignites passion for the ability to contribute to the community in such a way as Your Firm.
More poorly written crap.
My current Human Resources responsibilities include Staffing and Recruitment, Competency Based Assessment, Labour Relations, Occupational Health and Safety, Employee Life Cycle Management and Employee Learning and Development, Organizational Development, Design and Restructuring & Labour Force Reduction and Strategic Human Resources all within a not for profit organization.
Finally, some info. But all he did was throw in the kitchen sink.
I have outlined my skills and accomplishments in these sectors in greater detail in the attached resume.
Why didn't this bozo just turn that last paragraph into a list?