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JANE SWIFT
18 University Courts, Martin, TN 38238, 901-555-1212
(Date)
John Smith
Chief, Wildlife Division
P.O. Box 1234
Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency
Ellington Agricultural Center
Nashville, TN 37901
Dear Mr. Smith:
Please accept this letter as application for the Region I Biological Technician position currently available with Tennessee
Wildlife Resources Agency, as advertised in The Wildlife Society’s January-February 2002 “Wildlifer” newsletter. My resume is
enclosed for your review and consideration, and I believe you will find me well qualified.
Detailed on my resume you will find a solid background in wildlife field biology, with two summer internship positions in
the Southeast. Through courses and experience, I have developed expertise in animal damage control, urban wildlife management,
and public relations. I am confident that my experience in these areas will prove to be an asset to TWRA.
Additionally, I am familiar with non-game management, data collection and analysis, and wildlife management planning
including cost-share and landowner incentive programs, budgets, and long-term goal-setting. Through my internships, I have worked
extensively with federal and state agencies as well as corporate and non-industrial private landowners. I am known for my mediation
and conflict-resolution skills among diverse groups with contrasting goals.
I would welcome the opportunity to discuss with you how I might make similar contributions to the Region I office of
TWRA. I will contact your office next week to determine whether there is any other information that you might need to help in your
decision. Thank you for considering me for this position.
Sincere regards,
Jane Swift
JS
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