Acceptance letters, or letters of acceptance, are written for a variety of different situations, both personal and business. The most common type of acceptance letter is the job acceptance letter which is essentially a response to a letter of offer after a job interview process. These letters are always short and to the point and their purpose is usually twofold: 1.) to formally accept the offer and, 2.) to specify a planned reporting date. The sample letter below is a classic job acceptance letter.
(print Job Acceptance Letter on personal letterhead paper)
245 Washburn Ave.
Darien, CT 06820
December 10, 20xx
Ms. Rosalind Rogers
Director, Corporate Communications
Better Logistics Incorporated
500 Riverside Road
Wilton, CT 06897
Dear Ms. Rogers:
In response to your "Letter of Offer" dated December 3, 20xx, please regard this as my acceptance of your offer for me to assume the position of Chief, Publishing Services at BLI.
I appreciate you getting back to me so soon after the interview process. As discussed at the interview, I will be available to report to work at BLI on Monday January15, 20xx. As I explained at that time, I have already committed to conducting a staff training seminar in my current position during the first two weeks in January.
I really appreciate your offer and am very pleased to be able to accept. I very much look forward to working with you and the rest of the communications team at BLI.
If you or anyone else at BLI would like to discuss anything with me prior to January 15th please feel free to call me at Pharmex anytime at xxx-546-3478.
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