Job Reference Letter

By | June 22, 2013

A job reference letter is a letter in which the writer mentions the details and potentials of the person who is being referred. This letter is drafted to highlight the skills, expertise, achievements and experience of the referred person for his or her employment at some other company. Job reference letters are the formal letters that recommends a person in terms of his abilities to perform a particular task or set of responsibilities.

Sample Job Reference Letter:


Franz Henry

Financial Manager

Holmes Enterprises Limited



6TH June 2013

Subject: Job reference letter

Respected Mr. Franz,

It is with great pleasure that I am writing this reference letter for Mr. Paul David for the job post of Financial Executive at your company. I have personally known him for more than 5 years during his employment with us at Royal’s Enterprises. I was his direct supervisor and am fully confident about his financial skills and expertise. I can assure you that he would prove to be a finest addition to the financial department of your company.

At the job post of Financial Executive, Mr. Paul David has a proven record of performing his duties with excellence. He is fully equipped with the knowledge of formatting bank account statements, maintaining budgets, overseeing financial updates and managing customer relationships. He was awarded as an employee of the month, consecutively for 3 months.

I am sure of his skills and credentials and I assure you that he would work up to the best of his abilities at the job post of Financial Executive. For any information that you may need regarding the recommendation, please contact me on 2940203.

Thanking you.


Leonardo Wills

Financial Head

Royals’ Enterprises