Congrats, boo!! You went after that job you wanted and put yourself out there! Now, to make we sure we stand out as the star candidate we are and not get lost in the pile of resumes, means we must go above and beyond. To separate yourself from the crowd, it’s always a great idea to send a follow-up email after submitting a resume or after a job interview. Read on to discover how to write a super simple follow-up email and manifest that job offer!
See a follow-up email example below:
Subject Line: Kaloni J. + Music Programmer
Hello Ms. Smith,
Thank you meeting with me and for the opportunity to be the next music programmer at (place the name of company or business here). It was great meeting with you and learning that much of what the position entails I am not only able to meet, but to exceed.
My 5+ year experience in programming music at my current job, ability to work across multiple programming softwares, and experience in building customizable music programs makes me a strong candidate to fill this position. Additionally, (this is a great place to add any additional skills/gifts/awards/achievements that may strengthen your position for the job. ***Remember, only add one but no more than 2 additional skills/gifts/awards/achievements. We are keeping it short!)
Furthermore, what is the timeline you expect to have this position filled by?
Again, thank you for your time and consideration. I can be reached at 318-123-4567. I look forward to hearing from you soon.
****BONUS TIP: Attach resume to the email so the hiring manager can quickly review it if they need too.