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Interview invitation letter template

Reviewed 7 October 2018

Sending an interview invitation letter/email to candidates is important, and it needs to be optimised to increase response rate. Give candidates suggestions of some available dates and times that work for you.

The document also includes a number of optional paragraphs such as travelling expenses.

Interview invitation

[Sender name]

[Sender address]


[Recipient name]

[Recipient address]

Dear [Recipient first name],

[insert job title]

I refer to your application for the above job and am pleased to invite you to attend an interview.

The interview will take place on [insert date] at [insert time], and will be held in [insert place]. You should ask for [insert name] when you arrive.

[If your home is more than 60 miles from your interview location, travelling expenses will be reimbursed on the basis of a second class rail fare or public transport rates. Claims have to be supported by appropriate receipts or travel tickets. Loss of earnings will not be paid.]

[Our Expen

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