Sample Thank You Letters
Thank you for taking time from your busy schedule to meet with me yesterday.
You and your team have built an amazing company and I'd love to have the opportunity to take
your accounting department to a whole new level. A level where it not only meets your
information needs of timeliness and accuracy, but also exceeds your expectations with proactive
data analysis, an unparalleled customer service attitude and a growth-ready structure. I've taken
My Company from a situation similar to yours (lack of leadership, excessive financial turnaround
time, low customer service focus) and turned it into what I've promised above.
I'd love the opportunity to work with you in the future, and again, thank you.
Thank you for taking time from your busy schedule today.
I wanted to let you know that I am very excited about this opportunity to re-create the accounting
area into a world-class department that will exceed the expectations of the organization. You've
got a great leadership team at Company that I would love to work with and would ensure that the
accounting department would never be the reason that the organization wasn't ready to take on
I also look forward to working with the accounting team, leading them down the path to
excellence and finding new team members as the need arises that demonstrate the attitudes that
lead to greatness.
Thank you again!
Thank you for taking the time to discuss the insurance broker position at Doe Construction, LLC,
with me. After meeting with you and observing the company's operations, I am further convinced
that my background and skills coincide well with your needs.
I really appreciate that you took so much time to acquaint me with the company. It is no wonder
that Doe Construction retains its employees for so long. I feel I could learn a great deal from you
and would certainly enjoy working with you.
In addition to my qualifications and experience, I will bring excellent work habits and judgment to
this position. With the countless demands on your time, I am sure that you require people who
can be trusted to carry out their responsibilities with minimal supervision.
I look forward, Mr. Smith, to hearing from you concerning your hiring decision. Again, thank you
for your time and consideration.