Resignation letter for a welder(5 samples)

This blog post will show you samples of “Welder resignation letters.”

Writing a “Welder resignation letter.”

When writing a “Welder resignation letter,” these are some of the things that you need to keep in mind.

  • The first step is to tell your employer about leaving the job and the final work date. Keep it short as the essential part of the letter is the last date of your work.
  • Indicate the reason you are leaving your job. It would be best to be polite as you will leave a positive impression on your employer. Maintain your composure when drafting the letter.
  • Finally, thank your employer for the position and the opportunities you have enjoyed during your work period.
  • Ensure you proofread your letter before sending it to your employer. You can send the letter to your family and friend to check for grammatical errors.

Sample 1:

“Nolan Santana

City, State, Zip Code

Cell: 000-000-0000

Dear Kevin Sappan,

This is my official letter of resignation from the position of Welder for the Manufacturing Logistics Company effective in two weeks. I will leave my position in two weeks giving you plenty of time to find my replacement. My children are growing up quickly and I simply want to spend more time with them.

During my five years as a Welder, I learned a lot about the industry, developing numerous skills to fix, repair and maintain equipment. I wish to thank you, CEO Bob Smith and all of my co-workers for this great opportunity to work for your firm. I am a better man for having worked with such wonderful people at your wonderful company.

I hope to assist my replacement with any transitional matters. This could involve training, skills development or passing off valuable computer files. I will return all company property (i.e. tools, belt and uniform) to Human Resources. I can be reached at ( or 000-000-0000. Thanks again and best wishes for your future success.

Many Thanks,

Hunter Goodwin”

Sample 2:

“(Current date)

Manager’s name

Company Name


Dear (Manager’s name)

Please accept this letter as formal notification of my resignation from (the position) at (company name). My last day with the company will be (date).

Before I leave, I will ensure that all my projects are completed as far as possible, and I am happy to assist in any way to ensure a smooth handover to my replacement.

I would like to thank you for the opportunity to work at (company) for (years of service). During this time I have thoroughly enjoyed the atmosphere within the team and I will miss our interactions.

While I am excited by the new opportunities that I will be pursuing in my new role, I will always remember my time at (company name) with affection. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you need further information after I leave, and I would be delighted if you stay in touch.

Kind regards,

(Your signature)

(Your printed name)”

Sample 3:

“Dear [manager name]

I regret to inform you of my decision to resign from my current position at [your position] at [company].

The purpose of this letter is to provide the two weeks’ notice as required from my employment contract, effective two weeks from this date.

The choice to resign wasn’t an easy decision to make, as this past [x] years in the company have been so exciting and interesting for me.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support in assisting me to develop my professional skills in the industry. I am grateful for the enjoyable time we spent together and appreciate the valuable lessons you have provided me.

I’d be happy to transfer my responsibilities and outstanding projects to the proper designated individual.

Wishing you and [the company] continued success and prosperity.


[Your name]”

Sample 4:

“Dear Mr Harry,

The purpose of this letter is to announce my resignation from [Company Name], effective two weeks from this date.

I regret I have to inform you of this decision as it was not an easy choice to make.

Because I enjoyed the professional challenges you have provided me, making a decision was challenging. After careful thought, however, I have decided to quit.

Thank you for the great opportunities you’ve offered me during my time here. I’ve been fortunate to work for such a motivated team and appreciate that.

As required, I am taking the responsibility to transfer my current projects to the proper designated individual.

I wish you and the company success and prosperity.


[Your name]”

Sample 5:

“Dear Ms Janet

I regret to announce my resignation from my position with ABC Company. Please accept this formal notification as the standard two weeks’ notice, and therefore my last day of employment will be on [the day, date].

This was not an easy decision to make because I have enjoyed working for [the company] and will always remember the great time we had with our team.

Please accept my appreciation for the professional development and the challenging experience you gave me during the past [x] years. During this transition period, I would be glad to assist in delivering on my commitments until the end of my current assignments.

I wish [the organization] every good fortune and prosperity.

Thank you again for having me as a part of this great company.


[Your name]”

Frequently Asked Questions:

Is one month’s notice too much?

If you are in a managerial position, giving one month’s notice would be best. However, two or three months is the best time to share your notice if you are in an executive-level or senior management position. 

Should I talk to my boss before resigning?

Yes, you can meet with your employer one-on-one before drafting and submitting a resignation letter. Remain calm and professional when talking to your boss.

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