New Job? 45 Creative Ways to Say ‘Looking Forward to Working with You’

By Billie •  Updated: 01/07/23 •  7 min read

If you recently joined a company or accepted a new role, you may want to write a message to your new boss, confirming your acceptance of the role and stating your intentions for your new position.

It is important to tell a new employer that you are looking forward to working with them because it shows you have real enthusiasm and excitement for the opportunity. To them it also demonstrates your willingness to be a team player and contribute to the success of the company. Expressing your enthusiasm for the opportunity can help to build rapport and establish a positive working relationship with your new employer and colleagues, all good things for climbing the corporate ladder.

For example:

Dear [Company],
I am writing to express my excitement at being given the opportunity to join your team as a [software developer]. I am grateful for the chance to work with such a respected and innovative company, and I am looking forward to contributing to the team's success.
As a [previous experience/skills], I believe I have the skills and expertise to make a positive impact in this role. I am eager to dive into new projects and challenges, and I am looking forward to learning from my colleagues and growing as a [developer].
Thank you for entrusting me with this opportunity. I can't wait to get started and see what the future holds for our projects.
Sincerely, [Your Name]

By expressing your eagerness to work with your new colleagues, you are setting a positive tone for the start of your new job and indicating your willingness to be an engaged and committed employee. Suggested messages you might say or post to your new team’s group chat after accepting a new position or role:

  1. “I am so excited to join the team and get started in my new role.”
  2. “Thank you for giving me this opportunity. I can’t wait to contribute to the success of the company.”
  3. “I am looking forward to learning from my colleagues and taking on new challenges in this role.”
  4. “I am thrilled to have the chance to work with such a talented and dynamic team.”
  5. “I am honored to have been selected for this position and can’t wait to get started.”
  6. “I am eager to make a positive impact in my new role and contribute to the company’s success.”
  7. “Thank you for entrusting me with this opportunity. I am excited to get started and make the most of it.”
  8. “I am grateful for the chance to take on this new challenge and grow professionally.”
  9. “I am honored to have the opportunity to work with such a respected and successful organization.”
  10. “Thank you for the opportunity to be a part of this team. I am excited to get started and contribute to the company’s goals.”

35 Less Boring Ways to Say “Looking Forward to Working With You”

Perhaps you are writing an introduction email and want to avoid saying the same things as everyone else. Try out one of these snippets instead:

  1. Excited to collaborate with you
  2. Can’t wait to get started
  3. Looking forward to the opportunity to work together
  4. Thrilled to be joining forces
  5. Eager to see what we can accomplish together
  6. Anticipating a productive partnership
  7. Hoping to make a positive impact together
  8. Looking forward to contributing to your team
  9. Excited to be a part of your group
  10. Can’t wait to see what the future holds
  11. Looking forward to learning from you
  12. Thrilled to be a part of your organization
  13. Eager to get to know you better
  14. Anticipating a successful working relationship
  15. Hoping to make a difference with you
  16. Looking forward to the opportunity to grow together
  17. Excited to be working with such a talented team
  18. Can’t wait to see what we can achieve together
  19. Looking forward to a long and productive partnership
  20. Thrilled to be working alongside you
  21. Eager to contribute to your success
  22. Anticipating a bright future together
  23. Hoping to make a positive impact on your organization
  24. Looking forward to the chance to make a difference with you
  25. Excited to join forces and make magic happen
  26. Can’t wait to start tackling projects together
  27. Looking forward to our paths crossing in a professional capacity
  28. Thrilled to be on the same team
  29. Eager to see what we can accomplish together
  30. Anticipating a dynamic working relationship
  31. Hoping to bring our skills and expertise together to create something special
  32. Looking forward to the chance to learn from your experience and knowledge
  33. Excited to be working with such a skilled and talented individual
  34. Can’t wait to see what the future holds for our partnership
  35. Looking forward to building something great together

What to Say [Examples]: Software Developer Joining a New Company

Tailor these examples to your own industry:

  1. “Excited to bring my skills to the table and contribute to the team’s success”
  2. “Can’t wait to dive into new projects and challenges with the team”
  3. “Looking forward to learning from my colleagues and growing as a developer”
  4. “Thrilled to be joining such a talented and innovative software company”
  5. “Eager to see what we can accomplish together and make a difference in the industry”
  6. “Anticipating a productive and collaborative working relationship”
  7. “Hoping to bring my expertise to the table and contribute to the company’s success”
  8. “Looking forward to the opportunity to grow and learn as a developer”
  9. “Excited to be a part of such a dynamic and forward-thinking team”
  10. “Can’t wait to get started and see what the future holds for our projects”
  11. “Looking forward to contributing to the team’s goals and making a positive impact”
  12. “Thrilled to be joining a company with a strong reputation in the industry”
  13. “Eager to work with such a skilled and experienced team of developers”
  14. “Anticipating a challenging and rewarding experience in my new role”
  15. “Hoping to make a difference with my skills and expertise”
  16. “Looking forward to the opportunity to learn and grow as a developer in this new position”
  17. “Excited to bring my passion for software development to this new opportunity”

Here are some appropriate things you might say when accepting a new position:

  1. “Thank you for offering me the opportunity to join your team. I am excited to accept the position and can’t wait to get started.”
  2. “I am grateful for the chance to take on this new role and contribute to the company’s success. I accept the offer and look forward to getting started.”
  3. “I am thrilled to have been selected for this position and am honored to accept the offer. I can’t wait to get started and make a positive impact in this new role.”
  4. “Thank you for the opportunity to join your team. I am excited to take on this new challenge and contribute to the company’s goals.”
  5. “I am honored to have been selected for this position and am eager to accept the offer. I am looking forward to getting started and making a difference in this new role.”
  6. “Thank you for the chance to join your team. I am excited to take on this new opportunity and contribute to the company’s success.”
  7. “I am grateful for the opportunity to take on this new role and am looking forward to the challenges and opportunities it will bring. I accept the offer and can’t wait to get started.”
  8. “I am thrilled to have been selected for this position and am honored to accept the offer. I am excited to get started and make a positive impact in this new role.”
  9. “Thank you for the chance to join your team and take on this new opportunity. I am eager to get started and contribute to the company’s goals.”
  10. “I am grateful for the opportunity to take on this new role and am looking forward to the challenges and opportunities it will bring. I am excited to get started and make a difference in this new position.”

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