This is the correct order that the four parts of a cover letter should appear in:
1. Contact information
Include your name, email address, and phone number. You can also include a mailing address, LinkedIn profile link, a portfolio or website link, and pronouns.
2. Introduction paragraph
After your salutation, write a concise one-paragraph introduction stating which position and company you’re applying for, how you found the position, and why you’re excited to apply. Your introduction is also where you should mention any referrals by name.
3. Two to three body paragraphs
The second and third paragraphs of your cover letter should convince a hiring manager why you’re the best candidate for the job. Discuss your relevant work experience, skills, and achievements, as well as any awards or additional qualifications.
4. Closing statement
Your cover letter’s closing statement is a short paragraph that should convince the hiring manager to contact you for an interview. Restate your enthusiasm for the position, mention your availability for an interview by providing your email and phone number, and thank the hiring manager for their time.