Civil Engineer Welcome Letter Template

The job of a Civil Engineer is a very important for any organization. If your firm has hired a new Civil Engineer then as the Human Resources Manager, it is expected of you to write a welcome letter to him upon joining.

The tone of this letter must be formal. You should greet him and congratulate him on his selection.

You may also mention the job responsibilities that he shall be expected to fulfill. To write such a perfect welcome letter you may follow the templates given below.

Template: 1

(Your name)

(Your address)

(Your contact information)


(Name of the recipient)

(Address of the recipient)

(Contact information of the recipient)

Subject: Letter to Welcome the Civil Engineer

Dear (Name of the recipient),

My heartiest congratulations to you on being selected as the next civil engineer of our organization (mention the company name and details).

We extend our warm wishes to you and hope that your sincerity, passion, and expertise can contribute significantly to the company.

Our entire team is obliged to welcome you to our office on (mention the date) at (mention the time).

You will be meeting me first, after which you will be headed to attend the employee orientation conducted by the HR personnel, where you will be given an office tour, informed on all the important details related to your new employment in the company, introduced to the rest of the team.

All of us in our company work as one team and we are confident that you will not be facing any problem while working here and will be able to get along with everyone.

We will give you plenty of opportunities to make a mark in the industry. You are just requested to remember that you should be able to deliver value to the company.

We hope you will meet our expectations as we look forward to building a great working relationship ahead. For a doubt or query, you may reach the HR department anytime.

Thanking you

With best regards,

(Hand-written signature)


(Notary or witness if required)

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