Cover Letter for Programmers
Acknowledging a job offer letter for programmers is no different than any other acknowledging letter. It opens with a thank you note and appreciation for the employer for their kind consideration. The letter should have important dates clearly mentioned as to when the candidate would get back to the employer with a decision. The letter should be precise yet the candidate is free to mention how excited he/she is with the offer.
Acknowledging a Job Offer
Michael A. Wilson,
4113 Todds Lane,
San Antonio, TX 78205,
Date: May 1, 2005.
Mr. David A. Andersen,
Greg Software Solutions,
4543 Green Hill Road,
Maysville, AR 72747.
Dear Mr. Andersen,
I am acknowledging your letter offering me the position of programmer analyst with National Software. Thank you very much for this opportunity. I have a complete understanding of your terms, and I am certain I will be able to give you a response by your requested deadline of March 20, 2004. I appreciate your allowing me ample time to consider your offer so that I can be sure my decision would be in the best interest of both my career goals and the needs of your corporation.
In the meantime, should I have any questions, I will call you. Please do not hesitate to call me if you require any information.
Michael A. Wilson.
Acknowledging a Job Offer Letter
Michael C. Newton,
2034 Hill Croft Farm Road,
Truckee, CA 95734,
Date: October 24, 2011.
Mr. Leonard R. Courville,
1547 Sand Fork Road,
Wyatt, IN 46573.
Dear Mr. Courville,
I acknowledge your offer letter dated October 12, 2011, offering me the position of programmer in you firm. I am quite excited with this offer and I thank you for your kind consideration.
Your offer letter has bought extra zeal and confidence in me and I am all set to face the challenges lying ahead. Although I have made my mind to join your firm, a few work commitments has forced me to delay the decision by a few weeks.
I would be in a position to convey my decision before, November 1, 2011, and I hope that it is far before your deadline of November 30, 2011. Nevertheless my decision would not be in a hurry and I assure you that it would be in the best interest of my future career and your organization.
In the meanwhile I would communicate with you via, telephone, to clarify my doubts or for want of any information. I would appreciate the same form your end and would be glad if you call me for any queries.
I also appreciate the fact that you have given me ample time to take such an important career decision. I would keep you posted with my future move.
I thank you once again for this offer and for your time.
Michael C. Newton.
Sampel for Acknowledging a Job Offer Letter
Richard C. Fritts,
1876 Sigley Road,
Fort Worth, KS 76102,
Date: October 24, 2011.
Mr. Nicholas B. Sproul,
Minor Software Solutions,
491 Gateway Road,
Portland, OR 97230.
Dear Mr. Sproul,
This is to inform you I am in receipt of your offer letter, dated October 15, 2011, offering me the position of a Programming Manager in your esteemed organization. I am honored as well as excited with this offer. Please consider this as my acknowledgment to your offer letter.
Having worked with multiple companies and having a wide range of experience to my credit, this offer excites me for two reasons. One, the company had been in my wish list before I even begin my career and two, the position and compensation you have offered is unmatched.
Although I have made my mind to be on board and I am all set to undertake the future responsibilities and challenges of this job profile, I would give my decision before November 10, 2011 and I hope it is before your set deadline.
I hope my decision is in the best interest of your firm. Have you had any queries, please feel free to call me on the above telephone number at your convenience.
I thank you once again for your time and your consideration.
Richard C. Fritts.