Sample Editor Resignation Letter Format

Sample Editor Resignation Letter Format

[When an editor leaves whether willingly or unwillingly the public sees only a polite exchange of notes. Here briefly describe on Sample Editor Resignation Letter Format. Being respectful to your senior staff member, you must submit a letter even if it not mandatory. You must make sure to part with your current company on a positive note with a resignation letter. It’s a display of respect towards your present employer who has helped you to maintain your livelihood for so long. You need to modify this sample according to your needs.]


Receiver/Authority name…

Job Designation and Department name…

Date: DD/MM/YY (Date on which the letter is written)


Sender/Your name…

Job Designation and Department name…

Subject: Resignation letter

Dear (Name of the recipient),

Working with (name of the company) has helped me to grow personally and professionally. (Describe in your words). I have enjoyed my position as a (Job position, e.g., Chief Editor) here over the last (***) years. Due to family reasons, I’m moving to (City name), and I’ve even found a job there. (Describe actual cause and situation). Thus, I’m resigning from my post here. I’ll be moving to (City name) next week till then I’ll complete my assigned tasks with full dedication. (Describe something about your job experiences).

Kindly accept this resignation letter. I’ll be sending you the belongings of the company soon. (Cordially describe your greetings and requirements). Wish you all the best for your more success to come.

Yours sincerely,

(Name of the sender)



Another Format, (Email format)

To: Receiver mail address,

From: Sender mail address,

Subject: Resignation letter

Dear (Sir/name),

I am writing this letter to inform you that I have enjoyed working with your company for the past (***) years. (Describe in your words). As I’m relocating to (Place name) next month; I’ll have to resign from my current position of Chief Editor (magazine or paper name). (Describe actual cause and situation).  (Date) will be my last working day here. I’ve enjoyed my time here to the fullest, and I’ll maintain the relations with my colleagues just the way it is. (Describe something about your job experiences).

I cherish the time, place, and work experience gained working here. The things I’ve learned here will assist in the growth and advancement of my career. (Express your feelings). I have had the opportunity to develop and use my skills of leadership; communication; organization, coordination, and strategical planning; and I have also learned to understand the audience, its needs, and interests.

Kindly accept my letter of resignation. I will perform my part of duties affirmatively until my last working day. (Cordially describe your greetings and requirements). Also, I will voluntarily assist in searching and training a replacement for my position.


Your name…

Job designation…

Department name…