Should I say I can start immediately? While it might be tempting to say you can start immediately, a hiring manager won’t look favorably upon you if you’re willing to leave your current employer without any notice. So if you have a job, say you’re available to start after your notice period with your current employer ends.
How do you mention your availability? I am available to work Monday through Friday, and I am very flexible about the start and end times on those days. I’m willing to make occasional additional hours work with my schedule. I really value my weekend time with my family. I’m more than willing to go above and beyond during the standard workweek.
How do you say you are available anytime?
- “10 am on Tuesday morning works for me, but I can make myself available anytime on Tuesday.”
- “Any time next week will work well for me, and my preference would be Tuesday morning.”
- “I will be available anytime during the day on Tuesday, Wednesday, or Friday.”
How do you respond to date available for work?
- Consider your circumstances and commitments.
- Focus on the timeframe you need before you are available to start.
- Remain calm.
- Be realistic about your starting date.
- Be honest.
- Indicate that you are flexible.
- Manage the hiring manager’s expectations.