Consent Letter From Supervisor

By | September 17, 2014

A consent letter from supervisor is the one which is written in order to get consent from a supervisor for a task or any other activity. These types of letters can also be written by a supervisor to grant his/her consent or permission. The letter must be drafted formally and must contain the details of the activity or of the task for which consent is required. A sample letter is given below.

Sample Consent Letter From Supervisor:

To

Harvey Bush

Technical Supervisor

CVB Automobiles

Towson, Maryland

Dated: 08.01.2014

 

Dear Mr. Bush

Subject: Consent letter for voluntary work

I am writing this letter to seek your consent so that I can work in Radleys Juvenile Home for two hours every Thursday and Friday.

CVB Automotives prohibits its workers from working in any place that seeks automotive mechanics. However, I want to volunteer for this work to help young people to learn whatever I know. I shall work at my usual hours at the garage and only after my shift ends at 6 pm, I shall work in the Juvenile home from 7pm to 9 pm.

Please understand that I will not receive any form of monetary commission or payment in kind for the services I render or hours I work. I also will not let the extra hours I put in at the Juvenile Home affect my work in the garage.

Please find the consent form attached that you need to sign as my supervisor if you agree to the conditions mentioned above.

I hope you shall reply in the affirmative

Yours Sincerely

Toby Maguire

CVB Automobiles