Sending a Job Interview Thank You Letter after every interview can seem like a lot of trouble for nothing.
However, it could prove to be the difference in getting the job, or not. So, why not save time by setting up a system to make it easy to do?
Here's how! If you are going on many different interviews select one specific sample thank you letter as your basic template and stick to it.
Sure, you might need to add a few more sentences here and there, but that's easy to do once you have the basic structure in place.
I start a lot of my writing processes this way, and so it is too with a Job Interview Thank You Letter.
Instead of trying to come up with thank you letters for interviews out of thin air, I jump start my writing processes with templates and sample letters.
You can, too! As, long as you keep your letters professional and adhere to the basic fundamentals of writing letters there is no reason you can't use sample letter templates, like the one below, for all of your interview letter writing needs.
Dear Ms. Banks,
Thank you for meeting with me regarding the Senior Office Assistant position in the English Department at JuCo, Inc. I walked away even more excited about the prospect of being your selected applicant.
As discussed, I have ten years experienced in the field and have received many awards recognizing excellent performance, including an Esprit De Corp Award for routinely performing above and beyond what is expected of me on a daily basis. I think that after reviewing my resume and speaking to my references you will agree that I am an excellent choice for this position.
If you need any further information, please don't hesitate to let me know and I will get it to you as promptly as possible. For your convenience you can reach me at xxx-xxx-xxxx.
A standardized Job Interview Thank You Letter is completely okay as long as you remember to keep it non-specific and general.
Although you might be using the same letter each time the recipients of the letters will never know, so long as you insert their specific personalized information in the letters.
The trick is to be genuine yet general enough so that the letter can be reused.