Introducing yourself at a new job can create a more pleasant work environment for you. An introduction letter is a good way to do this.
If the letter is being sent as a hard copy, then it should be in the proper business format, otherwise, if the letter is being emailed, it should have an appropriate subject line and proper grammar.
As I get settled into my new role as project coordinator in the infrastructure department at the Anderson Company, I wanted to take some time to formally introduce myself. I know that much of my success at this company will also be your success, and I am looking forward to working as part of your team.
Before I was hired as a project coordinator here, I worked in a similar role at the Vancura Group. My time at the Vancura Group was very productive, and it gave me many of the skills I needed to effectively manage within a burgeoning corporate environment. As I oversaw numerous projects, I increased productivity by streamlining workloads and improved job satisfaction for many of my employees. I am eager to use these experiences in my role at the Anderson Company.
Outside of work, I like to play softball and am a big baseball fan. I hear that we have a pretty good softball team and would love to join you guys in the future. Additionally raising twin toddlers and a puppy at home keeps me quite busy.
Everyone I have met so far has been professional, polite and productive, and it is clear that this is a positive team environment. I very much look forward to meeting the rest of you in the near future. I hope that we can use our personal experiences for our shared success at the Anderson Company.
You can reach me at any time at extension 3338. My door is also open so please feel free to stop by.