‘My MS cover letter’

I take it you have read my CV? I am so proud of my job history. Did you read my time as a Civil Servant for 12 years? I loved working in various roles during that time. Oh yes, especially my last role.

As you have read I was a Personal Assistant for 1.5 years in my last role. It was a full time role and I was so busy and I loved every minute of it! I was good at what I did. Well-organised, methodical, excellent time management, and if work was a little quiet I always found work to do and or helped out other teams.

Yes, due to location moves redundancy was offered and I took it up. It was a shame, but I guess everything happens for a reason – sometimes.

If you decide to hire me, you will be lucky to have me! Not in a big-headed way, but I am a hard worker, a little chatty at times as I love to engage with people. I am always smiling, regardless…

If you are talking to me, asking me to do something and I look a little blank, please don’t take this as me ‘gazing over’ and/or not interested in what you are saying. You see, I am trying my hardest to remember the first part of the conversation and retaining as much information as I can as you speak to me. As soon as you leave the room, I will be writing notes as to what was just said/asked of me to do, and I will crack on with the task at hand!.

I don’t whizz around the office either. I feel I am a bit slower, but jobs will always get done, believe me.

You may think I have a bad back. Yes, that assumption has been made in the past. I sort of do and I don’t…

You may notice I look tired. “Up partying the night before, were we?” Huh! If only…

You may see me accidently bounce of the side of a wall “drunk again are we!” Huh! If only you knew…

Oh and no to that question, or again another assumption. I am not looking for part-time work because I have children. I remember when I worked a part-time job once and used to leave at 2pm. As I was heading out the door someone asked me how many children I have? I looked quizzical at them. Their reply was “you are obviously off to do the school pick up, so how many children do you have?

Obviously I replied “6”! Bye…

You see, oh no somedays you actually won’t see, that I have MS.

This is MS.

Namaste. x