Resignation letters from OPM (5 samples)

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This blog post will show you samples of a “resignation letter from OPM.”

Writing a “resignation letter from the Office of Personnel Management.”

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When writing a resignation letter from the Office of Personnel Management, these are some things you need to keep in mind.

  • The first step is to tell your employer about leaving the CPA 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 CPA 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: “Resignation letters from OPM”

Dear Human Resources:

This is to inform you that I am officially resigning from my position as the director for the Office of Personnel Management, effective March 16, 2018. I have decided to make use of my education background and pursue a career in journalism.

Thank you for the support and opportunities that you and the company have given me during my stay here. I have learned a lot and really enjoyed working with you and the rest of the team. I will always be grateful for the encouragement that I have received from you and the rest of the Office of Personnel management in pursuing my professional and personal growth objectives.

If I can be of any assistance during this transition, please do not hesitate to ask.

Sincerely,

Juan”

Sample 2: “Resignation letters from OPM”

Dear Mr. Doe,

Please accept this letter as formal notice of my resignation from the position of Inspector Genral at the Office of Personnel Management. 

I am offering you more than a minimum of 4 weeks’ notice; my last day of work will be xxxx. I hope this will allow you sufficient time to find a replacement. If you would like, I am more than willing to provide training and orientation to the newcomer.

I have appreciated the opportunity to work for the Office of Personnel Management and I value the experience andskills I have gained here. However, I find that interactions with some of my colleaguesare causing me stress and are preventing me from completing my job duties to the

best of my abilities.

I assure you that I will complete any outstanding projects and business affairs before my departure, and that I will do the best I can to facilitate a smooth transition. It has been a great learning experience working as part of your team and I wish you and ABC nothing but success in the future.

Sincerely,

Rebecca Jones”

Sample 3: “Resignation letters from OPM”

“Dear Mr./Mrs. {Recipient’s Name},

I hereby wish to tender my resignation as an/a {Your Position} for {Your Company Name} with effect from {Date: Day, Month, Year}.

Even though I joined as a {your designation, e.g., systems engineer trainee}, I always wanted to work specifically as a {your preferred designation, e.g., Hadoop developer}. I have got an opportunity to work with {future employer name} Company and I have decided to go for it. I would like to thank {your boss’s name}, for the prospects he provided me with, while I was here. I would also like to thank my teammates as I learned a lot from them.

Even though I am changing my field, the knowledge I gathered here has given me a fair amount of competitive edge in the market, and I know my true value now. I would like to apologize for any inconvenience my resignation may cause you.

I assure you that all my ongoing tasks/projects {specify project names} will be completed before my last working day. Wish you all the best!

Yours faithfully,

{Your name}”

Sample 4: “Resignation letters from OPM”

“Dear Mr./Mrs. {Recipient’s Name},

This email is to notify you that I am resigning my position as the inspector general at the Office of Personnel Management, effective from {Date: Day/Month/Year}. As per the service agreement and contract, I am ready to serve my two weeks’ notice.

I have spent {Your total experience} years/months here, and I will deeply miss being associated with the Office of Personnel Management. I extend my hearty gratitude to this organization for allowing me to grow and hone my skills. My experience as a Visual Merchandiser was incredible. I appreciate the liberty I had while designing the store. I have gained immense creativity and artistic knowledge while working here. I believe that now I have mastered the essence of attracting potential customers. My entire team and colleagues have always helped me during my tenure. I am especially grateful to Ms Reena D’souza who always managed the arrangement of merchandise display items.

Before my departure, I will ensure that our recent beach theme design is complete {Project, Proposal, and Report}. I hope that my resignation will not cause any inconvenience, and I am sure that you will find my replacement soon. If I can be of any help in the training of my substitute, do let me know.

Once again thank you for having me here. I wish everyone well in the future.

Yours faithfully,

{Your name}”

Sample 5: “Resignation letters from OPM”

Dear Mr. Hopekins,

Please accept this letter as formal notice of my resignation from the position of _______________.

As required by my employment contract, I am offering you a 1-month notice, and as such my last day of work will be _______________. I hope this will allow you sufficient time to find a replacement. If you would like, I am more than willing to provide training and orientation to the newcomer.

I have appreciated the opportunity to work for the Office of Personnel Management  and I value the experience and skills I have gained here. However, I find that I can’t achieve professional growth at the Office of Personnel Management  which is no longer allowing me to perform my role to the full extent of my abilities.

I assure you that I will complete any outstanding projects and business affairs before my departure and that I will do the best I can to facilitate a smooth transition. It has been a great learning experience working as part of your team and I wish you and OPM nothing but success in the future.

Sincerely,

Andrew Jones”

Frequently Asked Questions: Writing a “resignation letter from the Office of Personnel Management.”

How Much Notice Should I Give Before Quitting?

2-weeks is the minimum notice you should give before quitting a job in the federal government. If your work can be easily reassigned then 2-weeks is probably sufficient. If you have a critical role or if your job is particularly difficult to replace, you should give a longer notice. Anywhere from 1 to 3 month notice may be appropriate.

Who do I notify of resignation in a Federal goverment?

There is no official list of individuals you must notify when quitting your job. There are 3 main groups you should always notify right away, in this order:

  • Coworkers
  • Direct Supervisor
  • Human Resources / Administration

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Citations

https://www.federalpay.org/articles/leaving-the-federal-government

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