Job Offer Letter For Supply Chain Manager

From

(Sender’s name)

(Sender’s address)

To,

(Recipient’s name)

(Recipient’s address)

(Date)

Dear Sir/Ma’am,

Subject: Job offer letter for the position of Supply Chain Manager.

We want to inform you that you have been selected as a Supply Chain Manager in our company [state the company’s or organization’s name]. It was our great pleasure to have found such a talented and intelligent person applying for a job in our company, we believe your talents will be nurtured here immensely and you will take this company to new heights of success. We hope to see you working with us.

As a Supply Chain Manager you will have to work with other departments and stakeholders and keep a track of resources to maintain an effective chain, tabulate performance metrics for measuring, comparing, and evaluating the important employees of the company, see that the supplies are in stock and find ways to optimize production, provide suggestions for the improvement of the supply chain, keep track of optimal shipment routes and other warehouses and perform other related duties.

Your first salary will be around [state the amount] which you will receive on a monthly basis and through [state the mode] mode, besides you will also enjoy the perks and benefits of being employed by our company like [state them]. You will receive an allowance for transport, a laptop for maintaining records of the company and a cell phone for keeping in contact with the suppliers.

It should be noted that this job is purely contractual and you can be terminated from your position when this contract ends.

If this job is of your interest please contact us at [state the e-mail address] or call us on [state the number]. Send in a signed letter stating your confirmation and we will let you know the joining date. If you feel the need you may keep a copy of this letter.

For further queries contact us through the above-mentioned portals.

Thanking you,

Yours sincerely,

(Name in capital)

(Sender’s handwritten signature)

(Date)

(Designation in the company)

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