Cover Letter for Finance Job
Finance cover letters are drafted by finance professionals before applying for a job. These letters are accompanied by a resume and it gives a brief idea of the candidate's qualifications, skills, and experience in the field. These letters prove very helpful from the employer's point of view to shortlist the candidates for the next round.
Acknowledging offer letter is written by the candidate after he/she is been offered a job. Employers usually send an offer letter to the candidate as a confirmation of their offer. They might also give a confirmation over the phone. It is then up to the candidate to accept the job opportunity or reject it, if the candidate has a better offer in hand.
It is important for the candidate to acknowledge the offer through a letter. The letter needs to be drafted in a professional way and should be courteous even if you do not wish to accept the offer. This might help the candidate to get even a better offer in the organization in future.
Given below are a few examples of acknowledging offer letter for financial jobs. Candidates can refer to these letters while drafting an acknowledging offer letter. Changes made to the letter are up to the writer's discretion.
Acknowledge Offer Letter
Jose I. Koch,
1686 Nelm Street,
Washington, VA 20200,
Date: May 1, 2005.
Mr. Leslie I. Tuttle,
Director of Finance
Superior Bank Corporation
3514 Fire Access Road,
Nelson, VA 20578.
Dear Mr. Tuttle,
Thank you for your telephone call offering me a position of a [title] in your [name] department at an annual salary of [$xx,xxx]. After visiting your office, I knew I would like to begin my career with an organization such as yours. I was impressed with all of the people I met and felt very comfortable with the environment.
You have requested a decision within three weeks, and I will honor your deadline. Though this is a very attractive offer and a good match for the type of challenge and opportunity I am seeking, I want to give careful consideration to this very important decision about my career.
I appreciate the confidence in me which your offer expresses. I will be in touch with you soon, but please let me know if there is any additional information you need in the interim.
Very truly yours,
Jose I. Koch.
Acknowledge Offer Sample Letter
Elmer B. Brunt,
4769 Grim Avenue,
San Ysidro, CA 92073,
Date: August 26, 2011.
Mr. John J. Fullwood,
Director of Finance,
3105 Cunningham Court,
Long Beach, CA 92765.
Dear Mr. Fullwood,
This is with reference to your email that I received today with a job offer for the position of a Finance Analyst in your esteemed organization. I regret to inform you that I am not in a position to accept the job offer.
I have received another offer for the same post at Unicos Finance Corporation and since the firm is very near to where I am located I feel it would be better option for me to opt for this opportunity.
I also regret the opportunity of working with a friendly and organized office staff, who made me feel comfortable during the two visits I made at your firm. I would say that the travel distance is quite a lot which made me exhausted during my visits. Unfortunately I cannot relocate because of a few family commitments.
I hope that are paths cross in future and I wish that you company attains a lot of success and more laurels in the near future.
I thank you for your time and consideration extended toward me.
Very truly yours,
Elmer B. Brunt.