Thank you for the invitation to interview with [company name]. I want to confirm that I will be available to meet with you on Saturday, August 30 at 9:30 a.m. I appreciate the opportunity to talk with you and am looking forward to learning more about the position.
Dear Mr./Ms. [Recruiter or Hiring Manager], Thank you for inviting me to the interview for the [Job Title] position at [Company]. I appreciate you considering me for the position and I look forward to meeting you soon.
Dear [hiring manager], I highly appreciate your consideration and the invitation to interview for the [job title] position at [company name]. I am available this [ date and time, e.g. Tuesday at 11 a.m.], and I look forward to meeting with you and discussing the position further.
Thank you for your interest in working at [Company Name]. We received your application for the [Job Title] position and are interested in discussing your qualifications further. We would like to invite you to interview [via phone/via Skype/at our office] to discuss the job requirements and learn more about you.
Consider this list your interview question and answer study guide. Tell Me About Yourself. How Did You Hear About This Position? Why Do You Want to Work at This Company? Why Do You Want This Job? Why Should We Hire You? What Are Your Greatest Strengths? What Do You Consider to Be Your Weaknesses?
If you receive a phone interview request via email , you should respond via email unless otherwise indicated. Follow a script similar to the one used for a phone reply, except for your introduction. Start your reply with a “thank you” for the opportunity. Restate the position and confirm the time.
1: Sincerely thank your interviewers for their time So, thank them! Say something like “ Thanks so much for your time, I really appreciate it.” Or “I very much appreciate you taking the time with me this morning.” Make them believe that you ‘re sincerely thanking them.
Other ways to say thank you in any occasion I appreciate what you did. Thank you for thinking of me. Thank you for your time today. I value and respect your opinion. I am so thankful for what you did. I wanted to take the time to thank you . I really appreciate your help. Thank you . Your kind words warmed my heart.
It’s best to send a thank you letter while you’re still fresh in the interviewer’s mind. So you should send the email message within 24 hours of the interview (the same day as the interview or the next). If the interview takes place on Friday, send a thank -you email on Friday afternoon or on Monday morning.
Thank you very much for the invitation to interview for the Account Manager position. I appreciate the opportunity, and I look forward to meeting with Edie Wilson on June 30th at 9 AM in your Northampton office. If I can provide you with any further information prior to the interview , please let me know.
When sending a confirmation email , it is best to use the proper salutation and the person’s name and title along with it. Some email uses the traditional “Dear Ms./Mr.” followed by their last name. Write the confirmation statement directly in the first paragraph. There’s no need for introductions.
Dear [Person Name], With reference to our meeting at [location] on [meeting date and time], I am confirming my attendance as agreed and hope I am not asking for too much if I ask you to confirm yours as well. Looking forward to seeing you soon.
Introduce yourself to the recruiter or hiring manager. Give your name and the date on which you applied for the job or the date of your emailed cover letter and resume. Explain that you have compared your qualifications to the required and preferred qualifications for the job and found a match on all points.
Start the interview with a polite greeting: “How are you today?” or “I’m pleased to meet you!” Thank the interviewer for meeting with you: “Thank you for taking the time to meet with me today.” Mention who you know at the company: “I was so excited when _____ told me this position was open!”
around 45 minutes to one hour