Sending a thank you email after an interview is a polite business norm which also increases your chances of gaining employment. A thank you email will serve as another chance to contact a prospective employer and reiterate both your interest and talent for a position.
Recruiters interview many people in a day – it is very difficult for them to remember each candidate. Let us take the example of a recently interviewed registered nurse. What will a registered nurse write in a thank you email? Apart from saying the customary “thank you”, she will need to provide the recruiter with some specific information of her nursing profile such as a previous accomplishment that she may have spoken about during the interview or an aspiration that may have made her stand out. The following is an example of an interview thank you email for a registered nurse position.
Interview Thank You Email for Registered Nurse
To: Dr. Kyle Smith
Subject: Ref: RN Interview on February 5, 2014
Dear Dr. Smith:
I am very grateful for your time to interview me on Wednesday February 5, 2014. It was such a pleasure meeting the famous Dr. Kyle Smith and gaining insight into your medical practices. Ever since I was training to be a nurse, I have been charmed by your research work on diabetes and aspire to be a contributing agent of your team.
My work at Montana Hospital has been quite expansive during the seven years that I spent working there. My special interest in diabetes management has led me to research along many avenues which is why I believe that I will be suitable for your team of health professionals dedicated to diabetes management. Owing to my background in performing nursing duties in both a clinical and hospital environment, I deem myself a perfect fit for your clinic.
Working alongside you will provide me with experience and knowledge of the work that you do and also train me to work efficiently for your clinic. I am positive that our little talk at the interview provided you with quite a lot of information regarding my nursing background and expertise in carrying out best nursing practices.
Please feel free to call me at (111) 111-1111 if there are any other questions or concerns that you may have regarding my application for the position of a registered nurse. Thank you once again for your time.