Let’s say that you’ve just been offered an interview at a new workplace. That’s fantastic news, but now it all comes down to your reply. This article will share some of the best ways to reply with available dates when someone has offered you an interview.
The preferred replies are “thank you for your invitation. I am available at,” “yes, I would very much appreciate an interview at,” and “I can be available for an interview at.” All of these simple responses will be your best bet when accepting an interview invitation.
Thank You For Your Invitation. I Am Available At
“Thank you for your invitation” is a typical appreciation response that you should include in nearly all formal emails like this. “I am available at” is then a great way of getting straight to the point and showing what dates work best for you.
This phrase is a great way of showing your personality to your employer. It shows that you’re polite and respectful (from the “thank you” portion). It also shows that you’re attentive and get straight to the point by using a simple phrase like “I am available at.”
- Dear sir,
- Thank you for your invitation. I am available at six on Tuesday and Wednesday.
- Please let me know which time works best for you,
- All the best,
- Dear Jack,
- Thank you for your invitation. I am available on the dates I provided in the previous email.
- Let me know which time works best,
- Thank you,
Yes, I Would Very Much Appreciate An Interview At
“Yes, I would very much appreciate an interview at” covers all bases with little issue. “Yes” is a simple acceptance of an interview. “I would very much appreciate” is your acknowledge and appreciation. “Interview at” allows you to establish a time and date.
With this simple phrase, you can cover all the politeness and diligence you might need in a formal email. It allows you to create a good rapport with your potential employer and set up a date for the interview painlessly.
- Dear Mr. Parker,
- Yes, I would very much appreciate an interview. I am free at six or seven. Which works best?
- All the best,
- Dear. Ms. Harding,
- Yes, I would very much appreciate an interview at nine! I think that time is going to be perfect for me.
- Kindest regards,
I Can Be Available For An Interview At
“I can be available for an interview at” is a great way of showing that you will make yourself available. It’s best to place dates or times after “at” to show when you might be free.
Also, never take for granted that your potential employer might be free at the same times. Make sure you leave it open enough for them to reply to, in case they might need to rearrange the dates with you.
- Dear Tom,
- I can be available for an interview at three or five o’clock tomorrow. Which one do you think would work best?
- I look forward to hearing from you,
- Dear Ms. Sank,
- I can be available for an interview at any of the times provided.
- I look forward to speaking with you about this,
- All the best,
I Look Forward To Meeting With You At
“I look forward to meeting with you at” is a great way of showing that you’re keen for an interview. It’s especially effective if you’ve already built up a decent rapport with your potential employer.
Also, if you have something positive to bring to the interview, it’s worth mentioning it at this point. That might give your employer something to look forward to as well, which is always a positive sign.
- Dear ma’am,
- I look forward to meeting with you at five o’clock. I’m sure you’ll be surprised by what I can bring to the table.
- My best,
- Dear Mr. Tobey,
- I look forward to meeting with you at six or seven. Let me know which of those times works best for you.
- Best wishes,
I Can Make Time For This On
“I can make time for this on” is a good way of showing that you’re seriously considering the job. “Making time” for something shows that you’re very busy, but you are willing to disrupt your usual schedule to try and make the most of the interview.
While this technique might not always work, it’s a very effective way of showing that you care a great deal about your routine. It also shows an employer that you want to make time for the interview, which shows diligence and commitment very early on.
- Dear Mr. Winters,
- I can make time for this on Tuesday or Wednesday. Those are my only free days this week, I’m afraid.
- Best regards,
- Dear Mrs. Winters,
- I can make time for this on Saturday at the moment. Does that work well for you?
- All my best,
I’ll Be Happy To Attend On
“I’ll be happy to attend on” is another great way to reply with your available dates. It works well because it shows that you’re “happy” to make certain times. The more positive you can be about the interview, the better you’ll be perceived.
- Hi Martin,
- I’ll be happy to attend on Friday. I’m looking forward to sharing some of my ideas with you.
- All the best,
- Dear Dr. Doolittle,
- I’ll be happy to attend on Saturday or Sunday. Let me know which one is going to be the best for you!
Please Let Me Know If There’s Anything Else You Need. I Will See You On
This phrase is a great way to show that you’re keen. It’s good to show your potential employer that you will do everything you can to make sure you have all the required documents to help them out when the interview comes up.
It shows good attention to detail, which is always something that employers look for from their workforce.
If you can make sure that you bring everything with you before the interview, then you’ll be certain to make your employer’s life much easier when it comes around.
If other people end up not bringing the things you asked about, you might even find you’ve set yourself above the rest just by being diligent enough to ask first.
- Dear sir,
- Please let me know if there’s anything else you need from me. I will see you on Friday for the interview otherwise.
- Dear Mr. Sutton,
- Please let me know if there’s anything else you might need. I’ll be sure to get it all together when we meet.
- I will see you on Monday at three. I look forward to our conversation.
- Yours sincerely,
I’m Excited To Speak With You Further
“I’m excited to speak with you further” is always a good choice when accepting an interview. You can provide specific dates after this phrase, but the phrase is a great introduction to let them know that you’re looking forward to the interview.
Of course, we all know that interviews are nerve-wracking, but that doesn’t mean we have to fear them. Saying that you’re “excited” about an interview is a good way to show confidence and commitment to your potential employer.
- Dear Mr. Dodge,
- I’m excited to speak with you further. I think you’ll be very interested in the things I have to share with you.
- All the best,
- Dear Mrs. Rosindell,
- I’m excited to speak with you further about this matter. I hope that you’ll be pleased with what I can bring to the team.
- Best wishes,
Thank You For Considering Me. I Can Make
“Thank you for considering me” is a great introductory phrase. It’s a good way of showing that you are appreciative and polite, which are great qualities in formal businesses. “I can make” is then a good segue to help set up an appropriate time and date for the interview.
The best part about “I can make” is that it’s only three words. It’s simple and gets right to the point (after the pleasant “thank you” message). You should use this to show that you’re keen to get the interview going, so you want to provide dates without much waffle.
- Hey Marcus,
- Thank you for considering me. I can make Tuesday at three or four. Both of those times are ideal for me.
- I look forward to your reply,
- Dear Ms. Timms,
- Thank you for considering me for the role. I can make Monday or Friday all day.
- Let me know which one works best,
- Mrs. Redford
I Can Attend On
Like many formal email responses, sometimes, simplicity is key. You don’t have to go over the top. You simply need to give them a date and time that works for you and saying “I can attend on” is a great way for you to keep it simple enough to convey this point.
Of course, you should still include all the usual greetings and email sign-offs, but “I can attend on” is going to be quite useful in many cases.
- Dear Mr. Smith,
- I can attend on Tuesday at five, six, or seven.
- Kind regards,
- Dear Mrs. Stevenson,
- I can attend on Friday at six o’clock.
- Thank you for the opportunity,
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Martin holds a Master’s degree in Finance and International Business. He has six years of experience in professional communication with clients, executives, and colleagues. Furthermore, he has teaching experience from Aarhus University. Martin has been featured as an expert in communication and teaching on Forbes and Shopify. Read more about Martin here.