Your second interview is an important one. This may be your last chance to impress the person making the hiring decision. Here are some things to remember about your second interview thank you note.
First, when sending a follow-up note to the person who interviewed you, make sure you send it at least two weeks before the next scheduled interview. Even if your original job offer was made within a week of your first interview, your second interview should be sent about two weeks later.
Second, in your follow-up note, include all the things you will be doing while looking for a new job, and any questions the interviewer might have for you. You can make a list of these points in your follow-up note, or you can write them in your letter of application.
Third, include a personal note from you. Tell the interviewer how much you appreciate their taking the time to interview you. Make sure you use strong and appropriate language to make this point clear. Be positive in your tone.
Fourth, mention on your letter that you will call him or her on a certain date and time. This is your way of saying, “I’m excited to meet with you soon.”
Fifth, be thoughtful and polite in your letter of application when thanking the interviewer. You don’t have to go overboard and be over-the-top. Just be yourself and express gratitude.
Sixth, give a heartfelt but professional-sounding thanks to the interviewer. Thank them for taking the time to talk to you, and ask them to please accept your invitation to schedule an interview. Make sure you are clear about what the interview date is and when you expect to be available.
Seventh, say good luck to your future employer. With good luck, you will get the interview. With good luck, you will get the job.
Lastly, end your letter of application with a handshake. Do not extend your hand yet, though, as you still need to get the approval of the person who you just interviewed.
Congratulations on your successful interview! Send your letter of application to confirm your acceptance of the position. You will be amazed at how fast your letter of application and resume go through once you learn the basics of the interviewing process.
Once you receive your acceptance letter, send it back and make sure you have followed the tips mentioned above. Make sure you send the same letter to all the interviewers. You never know when you will need to use this letter as the basis for a follow-up letter.
A second letter will usually be your own individual letter. But you can include your name, contact information, and resume. In order to do this, you will have to set up an appointment for an interview in which you can show the interviewer all the things you have done to advance your career, including references that are in your favor.