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Rachel Rothman, MS, RD or
Prashila Mistry, MS, RD for distribution. Supervisor, Clinical Nutrition Services - Rady Children's Hospital Posted 2.17.14 Under the direction of the Director of Patient and Family Services, the Clinical Nutrition Supervisor is responsible for directing and coordinating the staff and services of the Clinical Nutrition Department. Also provides guidance to and collaborates with the Food Service Manager in planning and approving menus, developing dietetic policies, procedures and QA projects, and planning and conducting education programs for staff.
Click here for more information and to apply.Food Section Intern - San Diego Magazine Posted 2.17.14 Do you love food? San Diego Magazine has an exciting opportunity for a Food Section Intern! This person will work directly with our food critic, Troy Johnson, on fact checking the restaurant guide and helping with the very popular weekly blog SD Food News.
This unpaid internship; (student must be able to receive school credit through their university) is a great opportunity for a go-getter who has excellent computer skills. Must be organized, responsible, flexible and a good team player. Interested candidates should send their resumes to
email@example.com with "Food Section Intern" as the subject or
click here for more information.Nutrition Assistant - Healthy Dining Finder (Part time, flex option for full time) Posted 2.17.14 SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES
Generate project proposals
Contact food manufacturers for product nutrition information
Input product nutrition information into nutrition analysis software
Verify accuracy of data entry
Upload client data to online customer portal
Other duties as assigned
Bachelors degree in food science, nutrition, dietetics or other related field
At least two college level courses in food science, food chemistry or related area
Experience using nutrition analysis software, preferably ESHA Food Processor or Genesis R&D
Experience with cooking techniques, processes and recipe development
Experience using Microsoft Office
Strong organizational and communication skills, verbal and written
Strong attention to detail
Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
Ability to prioritize effectively and complete work assignments
Self-starter, results oriented, hard worker, high-energy team player
Ability to take ownership of projects and issues and seek resolution
Experience or knowledge of the restaurant industry helpful
ABOUT HEALTHY DINING
Healthy Dining is a San Diego-based company that has been a pioneer in restaurant nutrition. Since 1990, we have been conducting nutrition analysis for restaurants and helping them enhance the healthfulness of menu items. Additionally, our team supports consumers in making healthier choices at restaurants through our Website,
www.HealthyDiningFinder.com, and related platforms, including newsletters and mobile apps.
Please submit resume to
Diabetes Clinical Manager (DCM) - Medtronic Diabetes Posted 1.14.14 Medtronic Diabetes is seeking a dynamic clinical professional to join our San Diego team. The Diabetes Clinical Manager (DCM) will support the education and training of the company's products to Health Care Professionals and patients, acting as our field clinical diabetes experts. This is a flexible and highly rewarding role where you can truly make a difference in people's lives. We require candidates to have at least 3 years prior clinical experience, must be a licensed RN, RD, PA, NP or Pharmacist and have the desire to be in a role that requires drive, independence and initiative. It is a very exciting time at Medtronic Diabetes, as we just gained FDA approval for the First Artificial Pancreas Device System with Threshold Suspend Automation.
For more information please contact
click here for the job posting and to apply.
Diet Tech - St. Paul's Pace Posted 1.14.14 St. Paul's PACE is seeking a diet tech to oversee the nutritional needs of all PACE participants in conjunction with the Supervising Dietitian; to work cooperatively with the interdisciplinary team to accurately screen the participants for nutritional concerns, to oversee the operation of the dining room meal service; to complete required documentation completely, correctly and in a timely manner according to federal and state guidelines; and in the absence of the Registered Dietitian Supervisor function as the department supervisor to ensure the smooth efforts and services of the dietary department. Applicants must have High school diploma or equivalent, and a BS in Nutrition or Dietary Tech Certification is preferred. Applicants must be able to read and write in English, and 1 year experience working with frail elderly population is required. Dietary experience in a health care environment preferred.
For more information
Email Ann Balthazor, and to apply for the position send your resume to
Manager, Healthy Living - Disney Magic of Healthy Living
and Magic of Healthy Living, Program Manager - Disney Magic of Healthy Living Posted 1.14.14 The Healthy Living group in Corporate Citizenship is responsible for global strategy and management of the work that The Walt Disney Company does to create healthier generations. Generally speaking, this includes enterprise-wide policies, consumer campaigns, and strategic philanthropy. The Healthy Living group's current portfolio includes the company's Nutrition Guidelines and Food Advertising Standards for kids, the Mickey Check, the Magic of Healthy Living TRYit Campaign, Research to advance the thinking in industry, and philanthropic work to expand access to nutritious food and physical activity. This group is part of the larger Corporate Citizenship department whose mission is to help the company conduct its business and create its products in an ethical manner, and promote the happiness and well-being of kids and families.
Positions are responsible for identifying key healthy living societal needs, regulatory trends, and risk areas, and then translating those insights into a clear strategy that aligns with the lines of businesses (e.g., DCP, P&R, DCWW, DI). They are also responsible for integrating the standards and practices strategy into the businesses, managing application, communication. The position will have one direct report.
For more information and to apply,
click here for the Manager of Healthy Living and
here for the Program Manager in the Magic of Healthy Living.
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