Behavior Specialist Resignation Letter

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A resignation letter is one aspect of ending a job that often goes overlooked. Unfortunately, that is a mistaken too frequently made because your behavior specialist resignation letter serves a number of purposes. These include informing your employer of your formal intent to resign, providing a last day of employment and explaining your reason for leaving. It is a simple professional courtesy that will leave a lasting positive impression.

Brady Kline

City, State, Zip Code

Cell: 000-000-0000

email@email.com

Dear Ms. Burns,

I am writing to inform you I am formally resigning from my behavior specialist position with New Parkland Behavioral Services. My final day of employment will be April 28, 2015. I have decided to accept a supervisory position with another mental health agency in order to advance my career and to explore a new avenue of professional growth.

I truly have enjoyed my time here and have learned so much from my clients, colleagues and supervisors. I now feel competent to become a leader in the mental health field and to guide others in their pursuit of improving the lives of families in our community. Thank you so much for the affording me the opportunities I have been given.

I will do all I can to ensure a smooth transition in my departure. I intend to speak with my clients, as well as to help in training and introducing my replacement. I will be sure to wrap up any paperwork and outstanding projects, as well. Please feel free to contact me at 000-000-0000 should you require anything further.

Best,

Lauren Hatfield

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