It is important to send out a thank you letter as soon as you are done with the second round of an interview, because, it is an indication that you have been seriously considered for the job. This article will tell you exactly how to draft such a letter.
A second interview is probably one of the most serious indicators during the interview process that the organization which you have applied to considers you to be a good candidate for the job at hand. You are at the precipice of a new career opportunity, and it is important that you have enough leverage to create a good impression about yourself. This is probably one of the reasons that makes it important for you to send out a thank you letter to your prospective employer to express your gratitude.
A thank you letter can create the right impression, and be that deal closer that you were looking for. Here are some useful pointers, followed by a sample that you can use as a reference to draft your own letter.
|Every business writing manual in the world will tell you how important it is to send out a thank you note after every interview that you have with an organization. Regardless of whether it is the first interview or the second, you need to send in a note of thanks. A letter after the second interview will not be very different from the first letter that you send out, except that you will be expected to make note of the fact that you want to thank them for the second round of interview that they conducted for you. There is no denying the fact that you are the candidate that has impressed them, and framing a good thank you letter will only help enhance the goodwill that you possess.
Writing a thank you note after an interview can be difficult if you put it off but if written immediately after attending the interview, the letter writing process is less forced. If need be you can refer to different samples.
123, Elm Street
Hebudah, New Jersey
New York – 636367
20th December 2010
White Lights Productions
Subject: Thank you for second round of interview.
Dear Sir / Ma’am,
This letter is in a bid to express my gratitude for the opportunity of a second round of interview with your organization for the post of Art Director.
If given a chance to work with your organization, then I would ensure that the association is mutually beneficial. With my experience and educational qualifications, I am sure that I will serve as an asset to your organization. My impression of your organization has only been enhanced by what I saw during my two visits to the office. I look forward to being a part of the team.
Thank you for the time and for considering me for a post with your organization. Looking forward to hearing from you.
The sample letter given here and the tips given earlier in the article should help you understand how such a letter should be written. Go ahead an draft your own letter according to your needs, and send it out. All the best!