Cover letter for change manager(5 samples)

This blog post will show samples of “cover letters for a change manager.”

Samples of change manager cover letters

To get a change manager position, you need a well-written cover letter that showcases your passion for and dedication to the industry. When writing a change manager cover letter, these are some of the essential things to include in your letter:

  • Address the employer with a formal salutation. For example, “Dear/Hello (name of the recipient or hiring manager).”
  • The next step is to state the position you are applying for and how you found the opening. 
  • Write a short sentence about why you’re interested in the position.
  • State your skills and work experience; ensure they are similar to the job position. When stating your skills, provide the accomplishment you have achieved. 
  • Conclude your letter with a forward-looking statement. For example, “I look forward to discussing the position further.”

Sample 1: “Change manager cover letter”

“Frank Green

Exervio Management Consulting, Inc

904 Crowfield Road

Phoenix, AZ 85017

Subject: Application for position of Change Management

Dear Mr. Green,

I read your advertisement recently for an experienced Change Management professional, and I am a great choice for this position. Please find the specific reasons in the attached resume to this cover letter.

Over the last nine years that I have worked as a Change Management professional at Zenaide Technologies, I have singlehandedly commandeered some of the largest and most successful Change Management projects and campaigns. I am therefore, well versed in the specific attributes, experience, and education that a person in this role must have; and I meet all of these requirements. I have a B.S. in Business from Eastern Nazarene College with a minor in Finance. I have solid experience spanning over nine years in both an associate and then management capacity. I am extremely personable, efficient, and produce results; and I love what I do. I am dependable, high energy, and work well in all aspects of the position.

I know my employment with your company as a Change Management professional could bring much benefit to us both, and this is why I submit my resume along with this cover letter today. Thanks so much for your review of these documents. I can be contacted at the above contact information.

Yours Sincerely,

(Signature hand written in blue pen ink)

Beverly Russo

Encl: Resume”

Sample 2: “Change manager cover letter”

“Dear Ms. Aiello,

I am applying for the Change Manager position with Supremesoft Corporation.

I have a bachelor’s degree in business and four years of experience working as a Change Manager. During this time, I have acquired extensive knowledge and skills that make me the perfect match for this job and I would like to share my experience with your corporation. I am confident that I have the abilities to be a positive influence to your team and that I can help you reach your business objectives.

I have strong verbal and written communication skills and I have great leadership abilities. I can build long lasting relationships for your company and motivate stakeholders to invest in your business. I have experience putting together and conducting business meetings to discuss new techniques or any other issues that can offer benefits to your company.

I have the experience and ability to help identify where changes need to be made in the strategies used by your company and to help implement the necessary changes. I have the skills to evaluate any requests for changes and to identify any risk associated with the change, in order to determine if the request should be approved or rejected.

I am a team player but I can work independently and still meet my obligations. I have the skills needed to see and act upon great opportunities when they become available and the ability to help create plans that will guide your business in the right direction to meet its goals.

My contact number is (555)-555-5555.


James Gardiner

James Gardiner

Resume Attached as MS Word Document”

Sample 3: “Change manager cover letter”

“Dear Mr./Ms.,

This letter is regarding my interest in applying for the post of Change Manager at [XXXYYYY organization]. My …… years of working in the same position at [XXXXYYY organization] match well with the specifications required for this job.

With a strong network of professional, educational qualifications, and compassion in risk management and business development – I will surely deliver positive outcomes as per your organization’s needs.

My extensive experience in the role helped me understand various procedures and guidelines surrounding the field like –

  • Process control.
  • Effective change management.
  • Business Administration.
  • Risk Analysis.
  • Strategies Development and their analysis.

Given an opportunity, I assure you to give my best to this job and become an asset to your organization.

Looking forward to hearing from you soon.


[Your Name]”

Sample 4: “Change manager cover letter”

“Dear Ms. Rodriguez,

Upon learning of your need for a Change Manager, I have been inspired to submit my resume. As a Change Manager with five years of experience creating and leading change initiatives, I am sure I have what it takes to succeed at your organization.

My professional experience includes working with Fortune 1000 organizations to identify areas of improvement in their organizational structure and then creating change initiatives designed to make these improvements happen. I believe my experience will help Rhinestone Enterprises grow and prosper.

The following is a list of my most relevant skills and accomplishments.

Earned Bachelor’s degree in Project Management from Colgate University

Developed and implemented employee re-alignment projects

Discussed organizational transitions one-on-one with affected employees and eased their concerns

Helped implement new organizational missions through extensive employee training and engagement

Most people hate change. I believe what makes me a good Change Manager is I thrive on change. Most think change is inherently bad, while I think change is inherently good. If you think my qualities and achievements make me a good fit for your organization, then I’d love to come in for an interview. Thank you for your consideration.


Hector J. Ortega”

Sample 5: “Change manager cover letter”

“Hans Wieseltier



London, United Kingdom

September 24, 2020

Application for Change Manager

Dear Recruiting Manager,

When reviewing your posting for the Change Manager role at MERY Group, LLC on, I was excited to discover that your requirements match perfectly with my experience and skills.

Having worked as a Change Manager at QQA Group, LLC for over 4 years, I am fully adept at all aspects of the position. Besides coordinating a team of 5, leading weekly meetings, and working closely with executives, I have also gained extensive experience in developing new management programs, monitoring and evaluating KPIs, and completing detailed reports.

Just a handful of my achievements there include:

  • Improving profitability by 10%
  • Reducing unnecessary business expenses by 15%
  • Winning the Employee of the Year Award for meeting all assigned objectives

In addition to my field experience, I am a holder of a bachelor’s degree in Business & Management from the University of Edinburgh where I was among the top 3% of students with the best GPA (4.0/4.0). As a native German speaker who is fluent in English and has a basic knowledge of Spanish, I thrive in international organizations such as yours. I am also very adept at programs described in the job description, such as Giva eChangeManager, Rocket Aldon, and Slack.

Finally, I have demonstrated numerous times that I am a reliable team player with exceptional communication and analytical skills which, I believe, are crucial to meet all targets which I will have assigned if given the opportunity to join your company.

Please find attached my resume for your review. Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to hearing back from you regarding next steps. 

Yours sincerely,

Hans Wieseltier”

Frequently Asked Questions: Samples of change manager cover letters

What do you say when applying for a management position?

  • I enjoy developing and managing processes.
  • I take responsibility for my actions.
  • I am decisive.
  • I feel comfortable enforcing rules.
  • I can mediate disagreements.

How do I sell myself for a management position?

How to Sell Yourself in a Job Interview

  • Look at the part. 
  • Tailor your elevator pitch. 
  • Prepare meaningful anecdotes. 
  • Quantify your achievements. 
  • Say the right things.

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