Interview Letter thank you, Sample & Format
An Interview letter thank you is written by a job applicant who has just had an interview with the potential company. He writes to thank the interviewer for his time in conducting the interview which proved beneficial to the sender. The sender states his deep interest in the company through the position that he has applied for. Writing this letter creates a positive impression in the eyes of the interviewer, and it is conveyed that the candidate is genuine and interested in working there. It increases the chances of getting selected if the interview has gone well.
The letter should make use of positive words which indicate that the candidate is in a healthy state of mind and confident. It gives an edge over other applicants as not many would consider writing a thank you letter. Start the paragraph with your introduction and tell them it was a good experience. Care should be taken that the letter is kept brief, genuine and do not add unnecessary details. Make use of positive words and try to sound genuine. Tell them that you are thankful to them for taking an interview and you’re looking forward to a positive response.
David C. Baldridge
3826 Luke Lane
Oklahoma City, OK 73109
Douglas A. McDowell
2039 Sugar Camp Road
Rushmore, MN 56168
Dear Mr. McDowell,
RE: Thank you for Interview
I write in appreciation of the interview with you last Monday at your office. I am grateful for your time taken to meet with me despite your busy schedule. Thank you for enlightening me on the applied post of Commercial Law Consultant.
From our interview discussion, the job scope sounds very exciting and challenging. I believe I have the capability to handle the job scope and I am very much challenged to take up this post. I hope you do agree with me.
My experience with other international firms will be an asset to advise your esteemed clientele in the business environment, of which I am quite familiar with. I promise to perform to the best of my abilities.
I look forward to your favorable response with regards to the position applied.
Thank you again.
David C. Baldridge