Cover Letter for Public Relations
Job acceptance letters are written by candidate to confirm their acceptance of the job. It is written record for the company and therefore drafted with a lot of thought. The letter should be written in a professional manner and confirm a few important details of the job offer.
Candidates need to confirm the annual salary offered by the company in this letter. Apart from this candidate’s date of joining the firm also need a mention. These details are very important for both the parties to be on the same page.
If the candidate wishes to discuss about employee benefits and compensation, they are more than welcome to do so. A few details of the training program and the probation period also form a job acceptance cover letter.
The letter should end with pleasantries for the employer and the candidate’s excitement of being on board with the firm. Formalities, if any, which need to be completed by the candidate, can be inquired in this letter.
Job Acceptance Letter
Calvin G. Gutierrez,
3890 Progress Way,
Keokuk, IA 52632,
Date: May 1, 2005.
Mr. Lonnie N. Rodriguez,
2081 Nicholas Street,
Manhattan, KS 66502.
Dear Mr. Rodriguez,
I was delighted to hear from you this afternoon when you called to offer me the post of an Editorial Assistant at Dickinson Press. Please consider this letter my formal acceptance.
I am pleased to accept your offer at a salary of $29,000 annually.
As agreed, my joining date would be July 28, 2005, to enable me to finish a summer computer class to enhance my skills further.
I also understand that I will receive full company pay and benefits during the 12 week training program and that I am considered probationary during that time.
Thank you again, Mr. Rodriguez, for offering me this wonderful opportunity, and do let me know if I can do anything in advance before my joining date to facilitate the paperwork, or if there are any areas you'd like me to be reading up on.
What a delight it will be to work with you and the Dickinson Press!
Calvin G. Gutierrez.
Sample Job Acceptance Cover Letter
Robert M. Johnson,
143 White Pine Lane,
Stafford, VA 22554,
Date: September 20, 2011.
Mr. Andrew B. Spalding,
236 Carson Street,
San Diego, CA 92101.
Dear Mr. Spalding,
It was a pleasure hearing from Mr. Harris George, yesterday, September 19, 2011, offering me the position of a Software Analyst in your firm. I accept the offer placed by you and would be joining your firm on November 10, 2011.
I also confirm to accept the salary offered to me, which as discussed earlier, during my interview, stands $50,000 per annum.
I am eager to take the responsibilities lying ahead and can’t hide my excitement to be on board with Dunkan Soft. It is one of those organizations that has always been in my wish list to work for. I already have the feeling of my dreams getting accomplished.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you and your entire staff who had been professional yet friendly during the interview. I understand I would be going through a few training in the first couple of months before getting into production. I look forward to get that extra edge in my career.
I thank you once again for considering me for this prestigious position and I would try my level best to perform as per the company standards.
In the meanwhile do let me know if I need to complete any formalities or submit any documentations before joining. I hope to hear from you soon.
Robert M. Johnson