Site Supervisor Welcome Letter Template

Sometimes you have to write a letter to welcome any newly appointed employee of your company or organization.

Now it’s important to express your words in a formal and clear way, so here we have provided some sample letters regarding the topic of the welcome letter to the site supervisor.

While writing this letter you must have to deliver your points in such a way so that the employee can feel a great moment and your words must have to cover your excitement.

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 Site Supervisor

Dear (Name of the recipient),

We have written this letter to congratulate and welcome you on being appointed as the new site supervisor of (mention the company name and details).

We hope your knowledge, experience, academic qualifications bring greater success to the company.

We are sincerely looking forward to joining hands with you. You have your orientation meeting on (mention the date) at (mention the time) and we expect you in business casuals to attend it.

A brief company history will be given, and its goals, employee perks and benefits, work culture, and the working procedure will be explained in detail to you on your first day by HR. You will later be introduced to your co-workers who are excited to meet you.

You are expected to remember that taking the role of a site supervisor in the company, your main focus should be on the supervision of the construction site in accordance with the health and safety guidelines. Any new suggestion for the betterment of the company is always welcome.

In case you seek additional information on your new job role or want to express doubts regarding anything, please feel free to drop a mail or you may directly call at my no.

Good luck!

Thanking you

With best regards,

(Hand-written signature)


(Notary or witness if required)

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