Job Search Documents
Sample Prospecting Email
Sample Delaying Decision Email
Dear Danielle Johnson:
Dear (First Name & Last Name) : The purpose of this correspondence is to see if a co-op/internship is available, or if you would be willing to create one in supply chain management, logistics or product/inventory control. Following are the qualifications I could bring to your organization. • 3 year work history noted for being extremely reliable and exceeding expectations • 3.56 GPA in a B.S. Business Administration program with an emphasis in Supply Chain Management • Outstanding performance in all supply chain management and related courses • Possess attention to detail, good decision making, judgment, and problem solving skills • Enthusiastic and positive individual who will contribute to good workplace morale If you have a need for a well-organized, accurate, and efficient individual for any special projects or tasks please do not hesitate to consider me. Attached for your review and consideration is my resume. I hope it reflects that I willmaximize any opportunity provided to me and will prove to be a valuable addition to your workforce. Please allow me the opportunity to discuss my qualifications with you, or the appropriate individual, at your earliest convenience. I can be reached at the above address, telephone number, or email address. Thank you so much for your attention and consideration. Best Type your name Dear (First Name & Last Name) : Thank you very much for your letter (date of letter). I am pleased to accept your offer for the position of (name of position). I understand that my initial assignment will be working for Mr./Ms. (full name) in the (company division/ dept.) at a salary of (salary) per year. I will graduate on (graduation date), and will be available for work in (location of position) on (date you can start). Please let me know whom I should contact regarding my moving arrangements and the other details as to where and when I should report to work. I appreciate all of your efforts on my behalf and look forward to working with you at (company name.) Sample Job Acceptance Email
This email is to acknowledge and thank you for your offer of employment (Date). That communication invited me to join (employer name) Production Management Department at a monthly salary of (salary amount). While your offer of employment is most attractive, I feel that it would be to our mutual advantage to delay action with respect to this opportunity until (Date). This should provide me with ample time to evaluate all opportunities and to make a more informed decision both for your organization and myself. If this date is not convenient, please let me know. Your offer is most attractive and I thank you for the interest you have shown in me.
Thank you for your consideration and understanding.
Type your name
Sample Job Offer Decline Email
Dear John Anderson: After considerable thought, I have decided not to accept your offer of employment as outlined in your (date) letter. This has been a very difficult decision for me. However, I feel I have made the correct one at this point in my career. Thank you for your time, effort and consideration. Your confidence in me is sincerely appreciated.
Appreciatively, Type your name
Respectfully, Type your name
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