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Follow Up Job Interview Thank You Note Example

Started by Job Hunter, August 28, 2011, 10:18:09 pm

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Job Hunter



You can use this Follow up job interview thank you note example when you want to follow-up with the manager to provide additioanl info about the job application and interview.

If'd like to add something else or add then use this thank you letter!


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lizzierobinson

I thought the opening line was a good example - "I enjoyed speaking with you".


It is a good idea to make the recipient of the letter feel good, as this will give them a positive impression of the letter and of you when they first start reading it.


Bear this in mind - it's not about plonking everything you want to say within the letter - the order is important too.

StephanieStevenson

I agree with Lizzie, the order of the letter is essential. I would do it as follows.
1) Thank the recipient/interviewer and mention that you enjoyed meeting them.
2) Say that you still believe yourself to be an excellent match and mention the relevant experience briefly
3) Say anything you feel you forgot in the interview
4) Tell them you look forward to hearing their decision and will be available for further interviewing or questions should the need arise.
5) Sign off with 'yours sincerely' or 'kind regards'...something formal yet heartfelt.

kaidenk

Quote from: StephanieStevenson on January 22, 2013, 09:26:39 pmI agree with Lizzie, the order of the letter is essential. I would do it as follows.
1) Thank the recipient/interviewer and mention that you enjoyed meeting them.
2) Say that you still believe yourself to be an excellent match and mention the relevant experience briefly
3) Say anything you feel you forgot in the interview
4) Tell them you look forward to hearing their decision and will be available for further interviewing or questions should the need arise.
5) Sign off with 'yours sincerely' or 'kind regards'...something formal yet heartfelt.
 

Thanks Stephanie

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