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Application and Resignation Letter


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Application and Resignation Letter

  1. 1. Sample Resignation Letter Your Name Your Address Your City, State, Zip Code Your Phone Number Your Email Date Name Title Organization Address City, State, Zip Code Dear Mr./Ms. Last Name: I would like to inform you that I am resigning from my position as Account Executive for the Smith Agency, effective August 1. Thank you for the opportunities for professional and personal development that you have provided me during the last five years. I have enjoyed working for the agency and appreciate the support provided me during my tenure with the company. If I can be of any help during this transition, please let me know. Sincerely, Your Signature (hard copy letter) Your Typed Name
  2. 2. Nurse resignation letter example is free for you to use after amending it as suitable. Resigning from your work is a serious process so take it seriously and do your best when writing it. Mr Luke Jones 1 High Street Sometown X1 2YZ Mrs B Jenkins Ward Manager –Cardiothoracic Unit North Nowhere Hospital The Field Anytown Z9 8YX (Date) Dear Mrs Jenkins It is with regret that I find myself writing to inform you that I wish to resign from my position as Staff Nurse on your ward, effective from the date above. As we discussed last week, I have been offered a position working at South Somewhere Hospital on the neurology ward, with the prospect to train as a surgical assistant – a role I have been interested in for some time now. The terms of my contract required I give you six weeks’ notice of my intentions; therefore the date on which I depart will be (insert date). If I have outstanding accumulated annual leave, please advise me how much I have and when I should take it, or if it will be paid to me. I’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for the help, support, and opportunities I have had in the fantastic years I have been working alongside you on this ward. It will be a shame to leave behind such a fabulous team, but I do hope we will have the chance to work together again someday. Should you require any additional information from me, do not hesitate to contact me. Yours sincerely Joe Bloggs - See more at:
  3. 3. October 19, 2013 Mr. John Doe Clinic Administrator ABC Community Clinic 88 Example Avenue Vaughan, ON C5S 9W7 Dear Mr. Doe: I am writing to submit my official resignation from ABC Community Clinic, effective two weeks from today. My last day on work will Friday, 1 November 2013. On my part, this was not an easy decision. The past three years as a Licensed Practical Nurse at ABC Community Clinic have been extremely rewarding. I have taken pleasure in working for you and managing a very competent staff to deliver on-time and quality patient care. Thank you for the opportunities for development that you have provided me during the last 3 years. I wish you, my colleagues and the staff of ABC Community Clinic all the best. I will remain available at my place of work till the last day of my work. It will be a pleasure to train and hand over my responsibilities to my substitute. Sincerely, (Signature) Anna Johnson, LPN Licensed Practical Nurse ABC Community Clinic Cellular: Email:
  4. 4. MARCY JONES 155 Summer St. Anytown, PA 19000 (215) 555-5555 OBJECTIVE Dedicated registered nurse (RN) with specialty experience in psychiatric/mental health nursing. Developed strong psychiatric-evaluation and treatment-planning skills through recent internship at Pennsylvania Department of Corrections. Knowledge of psychotropic medication administration, management and training. Reliable, ethical healthcare provider with ability to stay calm and intervene during crises, facilitate groups and educational seminars, and collaborate on multidisciplinary teams. Proven ability to build positive relationships with patients, family members, physicians and other medical professionals. WORK EXPERIENCE Registered Nurse 11/2008-5/2009, Pennsylvania Department of Corrections, Doylestown, PA Served as RN at hospital located within maximum-security correctional facility housing approximately 3,500 inmates. Assigned to the mental health crisis unit and played a key role on interdisciplinary team of psychiatrists, RNs, social workers and corrections officers. Actively participated in development and implementation of individual treatment plans for patients with broad range of mental health issues. Ensured that doctors' orders were effectively carried out, including testing, medical procedures, consultations and stat orders for five-point restraint. Key Accomplishments: Selected as one of only seven student nurses to be admitted into internship program after rigorous selection process. Helped refine unit policies and procedures in the areas of suicide-watch procedures, safety methods, discharge planning and documentation. Responded to numerous volatile situations and violent outbreaks, earning the respect of physicians and coworkers for calm, levelheaded and quick thinking to restore the safety and security of patients and staff. Completed training in team building, management of assaultive behaviors and psychotropic-medication administration. Student Nurse / Clinical Rotations 9/2007-9/2008, Doylestown Hospital, Doylestown, PA Worked under the supervision of an RN providing bedside care, treatment and clinical documentation for patients on cardiac, oncology and medical-surgical floors. Handled medication administration, dressing changes, IVs and all other aspects of nursing care. Facilitated admissions, discharges and transfers; prepared chart notes and other documentation; and participated on interdisciplinary team. Key Accomplishments:
  5. 5. Treated an average of 16 patients daily (100 percent above average student caseload). Gained experience in procedures such as cryotherapy and trigger-point injections. Presented in-service training on ethics concerning elderly atrial fibrillation treatment. Earned a reputation for excellence in service delivery. Supervisor comments: "Marcy will be an outstanding RN. She has excellent interpersonal skills and readily establishes rapport with diverse patient population…her clinical skills are impressive…Marcy would be an asset to any nursing team." EDUCATION 5/2009, Buckingham College of Nursing, Buckingham, PA Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), GPA: 3.4 (Dean's List) Senior Practicum: 150 hours, Psychiatric Unit, Yardley VA Hospital: Worked intensively with patients to promote their interest and participation in reality, identify problems and solutions, and enhance their coping skills. Provided a safe and therapeutic environment for psychiatric patients. Course Highlights: Family and Community Nursing, Healthcare Delivery Models, Professional Nursing Synthesis Theory, Nursing Health Assessment, Clinical and Chemical Therapeutics, Biophysical Pathology, Psychosocial Pathology, Human Anatomy and Physiology, Statistics, Nursing Research 9/2008, Registered Nurse, State of PA AFFILIATIONS 1/2008-Present, Pennsylvania State Nurses Association, Member 9/2006-Present, Bucks Psychiatric Hospital, Volunteer SKILLS Skill Name Skill Level Last Used/Experience Case Management Expert 1 year ago/2 years Critical-Care Nursing Intermediate 1 year ago/2 years JCAHO Standards/ Compliance Expert 1 year ago/2 years Medication Administration Intermediate 1 year ago/2 years Parent/Patient/Family Education Expert 1 year ago/2 years
  6. 6. Patient Advocacy Expert 1 year ago/2 years Patient Assessment Expert 1 year ago/2 years Psychiatric Nursing Intermediate 1 year ago/1 year Quality & Continuity of Care Expert 1 year ago/2 years ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Known as a patient advocate and team player; believe in empowering patients by delivering health education and nursing care that enhances wellness and quality of life. Search for nurse jobs.
  7. 7. 56 Example Street Albuquerque, NM 98777 July 18, 2013 Ms. Catherine Joseph Senior Administrator Canyon Transitional Rehabilitation Center 24 New Wales Street Albuquerque, NM 85777 Re: Registered Nurse (Position ID # 65877) Dear Ms. Joseph: I am eager to join Canyon Transitional Rehabilitation Center (CTRC) as a Registered Nurse because I realize that your commitment to developing excellent patient care creates a challenging yet rewarding work environment. Working as a Registered Nurse for CTRC, I anticipate opportunities to leverage my interest in patient care while delivering the best of my expertise in this profession. Through professional internships, experiences and academic coursework, I have acquired skills and experiences highly relevant to the Registered Nurse position at CTRC: • Demonstrated ability to monitor and provide total patient and resident care inside an assigned nursing unit • Thorough understanding of implementing the individualized interdisciplinary plan of care according to biophysical, psycho-social and age specific requirements • Substantial knowledge of monitoring resident outcomes and reporting abnormal findings • Able to administer specified medications in keeping with established standards and policies • Comprehensive knowledge of development of an individualized interdisciplinary plan of care • Documented success in maintaining patient’s status compliant with unit’s specific procedure • Proven record of creating an environment of safety for patients and relatives My resume is enclosed for your further consideration. I would like to meet with you soon to discuss employment possibilities with the CTRC. I will call you in the next few days to follow-up and see if it is suitable to arrange an interview. In the meantime, I can be reached at (999) 555-9999. Thank you for your time and consideration. Sincerely yours, (Signature) Alina K. Berry – RN Enclosure