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What are the best moves to make when you’re waiting to hear back after an interview?
One task that all recruiters believe you should do is follow up after an interview.
So, what’s the right way to do it?
In general, following up within a week is perfectly acceptable, you can send a note to thanks your interviewers for their time and expresses your enthusiasm for the job.
Here are some tips and tricks to help you find out.
Address your email correctly
Make the subject specific and direct. Something simple like, “Interview Follow-Up for ********” had a reference or requisition number
Stick to a couple of paragraphs maximum
State the position you were interviewed and when
Reaffirm your interest in the position
Keep the closing short and simple but enthusiastic
Include anything you forgot: If you forgot to share an important related experience or some other valuable piece of information, this is a good place to do so
Ask directly for an update and say you look forward to hearing about the next steps
Thank them for the opportunity they gave you to interview for the position
Proofread your draft before you send it
Feel free to use this template for your own follow-up email:
Subject: Interview Follow-Up for ******** had a reference or requisition number
thank you for your time <yesterday / date of interview>.
I enjoyed our conversation and the information you shared about <specific topic> was interesting role and I'm convinced that the position is a perfect fit for this stage in my career. I am very excited about the prospect of <describe how you would add value to the company or how your experience and interests align with the position and company>.
I was hoping to get an update on the recruitment process, anything you can share would be great.
Please advise on the next steps and whether there is anything you need from me in the meantime.
I look forward to hearing from you.