I enclose a copy of curriculum vitae for the dentist job advertised. I am working part time in general practice and studying at the school.I am currently looking for property locally and therefore applied for your position.
Dr Ravi Tripathi.
Personal Details: Name- Ravi Tripathi.
E-Mail- Ravi Tripathi
Profile: I am an associate dentist who is currently working in general practice, while studying the certificate course in restorative dentistry at the school. I have an interest in restorative dentistry and wish to obtain further qualifications in this field, whilst working in general practice.
Since qualifying from University in 2000 I completed my vocational training the following year. I then returned home to fulfil my desire to live and work.
During this six-year period I have worked in several practices, which include a corporate type practice and large suburban family practices, including my current place of employment. Whilst working in such establishments I have been privileged enough to work alongside several specialists and a number of colleagues, I have used such opportunities to broaden ones knowledge of the profession.
As well as recognising areas of interest, I also recognise areas of improvement and believe in time I will learn to overcome. Therefore fulfilling my desire to become an established reputable dentist who continues to provide good quality dental care.
Achievements In Dentistry: Blah blah blah
Education: Blah blah blah
Qualifications: Blah blah blah
Employment : Blah blah blah
References: Available upon request.
It is good that you are looking for this dentist role.
I have one question I would like to ask before the interview.
If there are pretty ladies that come and need treatment I will administer general anaesthetic and will need to see them in utmost privacy to ensure that the anaesthetic has taken, prior to any dental work. Will this be a problem?
Date: Sep 4, 2006 8:04 PM
Subject: Re: curriculum vitae
To: Dave Smith
Dear Dave Smith,
Thank you for efficient reply . The answer to your question is no in don't mind providing i not administrating or treating those patients. As i believe GA in practice is no longer and if you were sedating someoneone your need a third party. If a third party is present then treatment should be no problem.