If you have found another job that you are looking to take or you just want to end your current position then you need to write a concise letter resigning from your current role and refer to your contract of employment and what your terms of employment are in relation to your notice period.
As a part time worker you will either work part days or certain days of the week do you need to remember that your notice period will be as the normal days, hours you work unless your employer allows you to leave during your notice period.
To help you write this letter, please see the below example which you may use as a guide:
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Part Time Job Resignation Letter Example
Mr. A. Employee
1, My House
1st January 2017
Mrs. A. Manager
Dear Sir/Madam, or by name (if you know it) or To Whom it May Concern,
Please accept this letter as my formal resignation from my position of Part Time (What is your role, job title).
I am resigning from my current part time role of (job title) because of (detail reason why here – keep this polite and straight to the point even if you are unhappy in your role please put something constructive as you would still like to get a reference from your employer for any new roles).
I understand that my notice period is (what does it state in your contract?) so on that basis my last working day will be (state what this is eg: if you are on a months’ notice and hand your notice in on 1st October and you work a Monday, Wednesday and Thursday then your last working day will be Thursday 31st October).
I would be grateful if you would forward my final pay slip and P45 to my address (as above or detail here where you would like it sending to). I understand that my final pay will include any holiday pay that I have not taken and any monies owing from this final months work.
I would finally like to thank you for the experience you have given me working with (name of company) and to wish you well for the future.