Cover letter when applying for 4 jobs at the same company?

I really want to work at a particular company. They are huge and multinational, but the jobs I'm looking at are all in a particular city, so I think the same person will likely see all my cover letters. I'm technically qualified for all of them since they just want a B.S. and either "no additional experience required" or "0-1 years of experience required" So I'm applying to all four with a slightly modified cover letter for each position (the intro is the same except for where I mention the title of the job pretty much though). The jobs are: 1) Auditor (inspect labs and make sure they're following the rules) 2) Document control specialist (distribute, track, file, etc. lab protocols) 3) Data associate (manage lab data) 4) Lab work (work in a lab. my cover letter is a lot different for this one) Is this a bad idea? Should I change the cover letter more?

Asked By: JimatRSC - 8/14/2011
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wonder if they have computers reading the apps/letters for key words, which many corps... More
Answered By: Kerry - 8/14/2011
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