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Sample thank you e-mail post job interview
Sample thank you e-mail post job interview
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Based on the tips shared in the article - 3 effective tips to include in thank you e-mail, here is one of the best and simple template you can follow for a thank you letter after your job interview.

Dear Mr./Ms. Last Name:

Use the first paragraph to establish your candidacy. Thank the interviewer for taking the time to meet with you. Mention your interest in the job and how enthusiastic you are about it. Remind the interviewer of the competencies and top skills you would bring to the job.

Use the second paragraph to mention the specifics discussed during the interview. Based on these specifics list out the reasons such as skills, measurable experience and accomplishments why you are an ideal fit for the job. For example:

  • As a trained technical writer I will bring high quality content and maintain consistency, clarity and completeness, and avoid redundancy

Use the third paragraph to provide a brief list of action plan that you are planning to achieve. You can also mention anything that you didn't bring up at the interview that you'd like the employer to know. For example:

  • Work with senior marketing manager closely during the first few weeks to gain insights in to the workflow, understand the customers and learn various marketing strategies implemented so far.
  • Capture the customer’s success stories and publish the stories in social media and various blogs. This will create more visibility, authenticity and build trust.
  • Identify the organization’s Unique Selling Proposition and strategic objectives that will help gain more traffic to the organization’s website

In your closing paragraph, reiterate your appreciation for being considered for the job and let the interviewer know you are looking forward to hearing from him or her soon.


Your Name

Contact Information

Note: Make sure you keep the content simple and concise. Remember you are repeating the same information you have provided during the interview. So repeat only the specific skills that are important for the job position and provide only top three action plan that will bring more profit or result for the company.

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