Writing a Job Offer Thank You Letter
Lets go over the basics of writing a job offer thank you letter.
Why Do You Need to Write One?
My mother always told me that if someone gives you something nice, you should thank them. Well, what really is nicer than a job?
Beyond showing your appreciation, by writing a than you letter, you can also indicate whether or not youâ€™ll be accepting the job. Its a good idea to show your gratitude whether or not you ultimately decide to accept the job offer.
Job Offer Thank You Letter Samples
Here, we have a couple sample letters to put you on the right path.
[City, State, Zip Code]
I would like to formally thank you for your job offer to work at [Company Name]. After our interview, I only became more excited at the prospect of joining your management team.
As you know, it will take a few weeks to fully relocate, but I am positive that I will be able to begin the position on the date we discussed [date].
Please keep me updated on any information you deem pertinent. You have all my contact information, but the best way to reach me is through this e-mail address.
Again, thank you so much for the opportunity. I am excited to work on such a meaningful project, and I look forward to working in a such a creative environment.
As you can see, a job offer thank you letter doesnâ€™t need to be too long. Simply show your gratitude and include any information that might be helpful moving forward.
[City, State, Zip Code]
It is with great honor and appreciation that I thank you for the job offer for xyz position in your company. I am very delighted to inform you that I accept the offer with great enthusiasm. I see my new position as an exciting opportunity to be a productive part of an already highly competent team.
I understand and accept all the terms in this offer. As discusses earlier, I will plan on starting this position at the beginning of next month. I shall complete all the obligatory formalities before the contract is signed. In addition, I will also submit all the necessary documents prior to the joining date.
I truly appreciate the courtesy you and your team has extended to me. Thank you again for your confidence in me. I am looking forward to begin my work as a part of your organization.
If you arenâ€™t going to accept the job, or if youâ€™ve yet to decide, your thank you letter will have some obvious differences, but the principals remain the same.
Youâ€™ll want to be as gracious as possible, while providing the necessary information to make the hiring managerâ€™s life as easy as possible.
After all, you may not be taking the job this time around, but its always a good idea to keep your options open, and further strengthen your network. A good thank you letter will help keep you in a good standing with the company.