Writing a thank you letter after receptionist interview is not only good business etiquette but it will be very fruitful in the achievement of long term objectives of an individual. Employers generally take it as a positive aspect if they receive a thank you letter.
Let us take the example of a receptionist writing a thank you letter or email after an interview. What will s/he put in it?
Simply, a candidate needs to write a short and polite thank you note reiterating the his interest in the job.
77 W 19th Avenue
Webster, SD 99903
November 11, 2016
Mr. Simon Sheldon
5524 148th Street
Webster, SD 88873
Dear Mr. Sheldon:
It was a great pleasure to speak with you about the Receptionist position last Thursday, November 11th. I truly appreciate the time you took to give job insights and examining my talents.
I would like to reiterate my interest in this position as I am confident that I possess the first tier customer service skills and the necessary proficiency in managing day to day front desk tasks that the job of a receptionist requires.
Since I have worked extensively in a similar capacity before, I have had the opportunity to acquire excellent interpersonal and time management skills with which I intend to contribute towards the mission of your company. I am comfortable interacting with customers of different backgrounds as well as the staff of all levels.
Please feel free to contact me at (090) 099-0987 if I can provide you with any supplementary information.Thank you once again for your time and consideration, and I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Very truly yours,