You finished your interview, went home excited to hear back, but now what? It's been a two weeks (or more) and you haven't heard anything.
Send an email after your interview.
Write a letter to ask the HR manager about no response after your interview:
- Say you're following up in regard to the job you interviewed for
- Mention the job title, the date you interviewed, or both
- Reaffirm that you're still interested in the position, but you have received an offer from another employer
- You are still interested in working for that company, but you should answer the other employer as soon as possible
You should write at least 150 words.
You do NOT need to write any addresses.
I am writing to you about meeting on September 21st where we discussed the vacancy for a project manager.
First of all, thank you for your time. It was a good, professional interview.
I want you to know that I'm still looking for a job, so I'm interested in the result of our interview. Intel is a desirable employer for me. I have been following your team for a long time and would be happy to be a part of it. Many of my business partners and acquaintances with whom I became acquainted with at various professional conferences work at Intel.
However, I continue to search for work and today I got an offer from another company. Despite this, I am more interested in working for Intel. Before accepting their offer could you let me know if I am still being considered for the vacancy.
I will be glad if you decide that I fit the requirements for the position and you are ready to see me as a member of your team. Under the circumstances I ask you to answer me as soon as possible.
- acquaintance - a person one knows slightly, but who is not a close friend
- circumstance - a fact or condition connected with or relevant to an event or action