It’s been a week of mixed emotions. I am so pleased to have been offered and accepted a great new job. But I am also going to be leaving another great job and many people who I’ve been friends with for a long time. Here is my resignation letter.
28th August 2014
I have just accepted an offer for the role of Senior Application Developer. The new position allows me to focus on web development work, which has always been my main passion.
Therefore, unfortunately, I need to give my notice of resignation.
I would like to give a sincere thank you to all of the managers who have helped shape and develop me over the years at Just Retirement. I feel I am a very different developer now to the one who started in March 2008. I am sure that when I look back, many years in the future, I will still think of Just Retirement as the company that had the biggest influence on my career.
Working at Just Retirement has been the best job in my career so far. And if for any reason the new job doesn’t work out, I would be happy to come back and work here again one day.
I would like to thank all of the well wishers who have congratulated me recently. It’s reminded me that this has been the result of what I have worked hard to achieve and that I should be proud of it.
Awesome! That’s wonderful to hear Kevin! Very well deserved. You’ve been blogging and learning in public so much lately that I’m not at all surprised. I’m sure you’ll enjoy the new role. That’s a great stack of tech!
Pretty much every job I’ve ever had I’ve left saying I will keep in touch, but after a few months later I never saw them again. This time I will make a bigger effort not to let that happen again.