Congrats! You’ve identified an awesome candidate and you’re ready to schedule a second interview.
You can take a less formal tone since you’ve already built a rapport with your candidate.Make sure the style you choose aligns with your company culture.
Clearly state the interview in your email’s subject line. Briefly explain what the purpose of the second interview is (e.g. review an assignment, meet the team, etc.) and approximately how it will take. Remind your candidates if they need to bring something with them (like their ID, portfolio, test project, etc.).
Invitation to a second interview email template
Subject line: We’d like to invite you to a second interview at [Company_name]
We enjoyed talking with you during our interview for the [Job_role] position. We’d like to invite you for a second interview at our office.
Your interview will be with [Interviewer_name and Interviewer_position] and will last approximately [X] minutes. [if applicable: mention what the purpose of the interview is, e.g. to complete a test or discuss a given assignment.]
Please feel free to choose the best time for you here. [Add scheduling link]
I look forward to seeing you again!