Job Proposal Acceptance Letter
A Letter of Acceptance is a letter in which the writer states about accepting a previous proposal that might have been made to him or her. Acceptance letters may include changes in terms or clauses previously reported. Acceptance Letters are typically related to employment, such as a letter of job acceptance or order acceptance but can also be used for admission to institutions of higher education, or scholarship eligibility.
A Job Proposal Acceptance Letter is sent out by an employee who has been asked to work for an organization for a particular time. It allows the writer to demonstrate their professionalism and make sure to avoid confusion about the precise terms and clauses of the offer things such as vacation time or benefits. The letter also provides an opportunity to express one’s gratitude and enthusiasm on accepting the proposed role at a new organization.
The following is an example of Job Proposal Acceptance Letter.
August K. Villegas,
3873 Canis Heights Drive,
Mead, NE – 68041.
James H. Steele,
Human Resources Department,
1875 Oak Way,
Mead, NE – 68042.
Sub: Job Proposal Acceptance Letter.
It fills me with great pride and honor to learn that I have been scouted and asked to join the team of an esteemed company – MegaTech Pvt. Ltd. It was pleasant to speak with you on the phone yesterday about my role as a Senior Sales Marketing Director at the MegaTech Company. I’m thrilled to accept this job offer officially. I’m looking forward to working with you, and the rest of the senior management team at MegaTech, on charting a new direction for marketing strategy. I am eager to make a positive contribution to the company and to work with everyone on the Marketing and Management team.
As we previously discussed, my start date with being DD/MM/YYYY with an annual salary of sixty-five thousand dollars (65,000$), and three weeks of paid time off. This salary does not include health insurance, active from my joining date.
I’m eagerly looking forward to meeting you next Monday. Please let me know if there are any new paperwork or additional information you may need for your perusal from me beforehand, or if there is any documentation I should bring along with me on the first day.
You can always contact me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can call me, if that’s more convenient, at (708)-749-2152.
Again, thank you so very much for this fantastic opportunity.
August K. Villegas.