My name is Hadrien Loubat, thirty one years old. I currently have a New Zealand working/holidays VISA. I have been in New Zealand for five months now, and have worked for a construction company and travelled across this wonderful country.
I really would like to work in my skill area as a Dental technician, since I love this job.
It would be an interesting and amazing opportunity to practice in another country, see different techniques, learn, and exchange knowledge.
I started in 1999 and have worked in many different places. After 10 years of practice my knowledge and skill set has developed, from plaster work to software’s, including wax, metal and ceramic.
I worked with Nobel Biocare Procera software in Paris for 8 years now as well as other software’s.
I would be thrilled to have an opportunity for an interview with you regarding this position as I would like to apply.
Hopefully if the opportunity is offered to me, I would like to apply for a work VISA to continue living in New Zealand.
Please don’t hesitate to contact me for any questions you may have.
I look forward to hearing from you.
022 421 8386
Chef in the laboratory
Up to September 2013
in charge of at least two people less experienced than me, and have managed the quality of their work and problem solving.
Able to do all steps from the reception to the delivery of a work. (plaster, metal, ceramic resin)
- I am able to use the following machines and software's:
Sirona Dental, Dental wing's ® and Nobelbiocare Procera ® (Model 50, and Forté Optimet).
Shofu® and E max.
Work on implants (3i, Nobel Camlogue, Straumman, Zimmer), Traditional bridges crowns, onlays, Ccm, Splints, Splints restraints and has blades.
(NCEA equivalent) for two years and employee.
My job was to run and prepare the plaster, as well as the alloys, then treat the parts cooled until it's verified by a senior and delivered. (crowns, bridges, inlay core, pei).
Employed in the laboratory.
One year where I used all my knowledge learned during my primary learning.
in the laboratory D. Boyenval.