Aug 11, 2018 - 12:42 AM
First, you want to ensure there is a call to action. You want to avoid coming across too strong by saying something like, "I will contact your office in one week." Simply state how you would welcome the opportunity to discuss your qualifications further. It may also be prudent to reiterate your contact information, so the hiring manager does not have to search for a way to get in touch.
You should always sign off with a professional closing followed by your signature. You want to end with a certain amount of formality, so you should sign off with "Sincerely," "Respectfully" or "Regards." You do not want to come across as too informal by using a closing such as "Have a wonderful day" or "Yours truly."