After you have written numerous cover letters and resumes, the most exciting letter to write is the job acceptance letter. With today’s job market being so difficult, it feels great to write a letter accepting a long awaited position. Even if a company calls you to extend a job offer, it is still proper to write a letter graciously accepting their offer.
Not only does a letter of acceptance make a good impression on the company about you as a person, but it shows your gracious attitude. Sure you already have impressed them enough to get the job, but you haven’t actually worked yet, so this shows your tenacious nature.
Authorization for medical treatment for a child or other individual can only be given by the lawful guardian of the person. This type of letter may also be given to a specific doctor at an assisted living facility where an elderly person resides who is under the care of a legal guardian.
This letter is usually written for an individual who is at least 18 years of age, and it is not recommended to write an authorization letter to a school or day care center because the legal guardian may not have control over which person gives authorization for treatment. If the legal guardian has a preferred local physician, a copy of the letter can be given to his or her office.
If there are any treatments that are not acceptable to the legal guardian, these need to be mentioned in the letter. It is also recommended that the letter have an expiration date.
If a child is staying with a grandparent or other relative who is not the legal guardian, a medical authorization letter is needed. The parents should not assume that just because their child is staying with a relative, that relative can authorize medical treatment.
If the temporary caregiver doesn’t have written permission to authorize treatment, the child may have to wait until the legal guardian returns to get proper treatment. If the treatment is urgent this could endanger the life of the child.
Job Acceptance Letter Sample
90872 Lancaster Ave.
Reynoldsburg, Ohio 43068
June 24, 20xx
1920 State Street
Worthington, Ohio 43085
Attn: Kathy Fox
Subject: Job Acceptance Letter
Dear Ms. Fox,
I would like to thank you for the job offer of Office Manager that you offered to me. In today’s tough economy, I am appreciated of the opportunity to work for such a fine company. I am looking forward to my start date on July 20, 20xx.
According to our conversation, I understand that my position will pay $25.00 an hour and will be a maximum of 50 hours per week. My work hours will be Monday through Friday from 8 am. till 5 pm. with weekends on an as needed basis.
The benefits offered in this position are full healthcare, dental, vision and life insurance. As part of the benefit package, it is my understanding that I will accrue days off with each day worked, which will be a total of 3 weeks of vacation and personal days per calendar year.
I am looking forward to starting my position with ABC Corporation as an office manager. I feel that I have many years of managerial experience to offer to the company. With my managerial skills and my willingness to learn, I feel that I am a good match for your company. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at 444-890-8790 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
By Andre Bradley