Nutritious Lifestyles has been providing premier nutrition and food service consulting services since 1986. Nutritious Lifestyles offers competitive pay, flexibility, comprehensive training and professional and personal growth opportunities for the right candidate. Nutritious Lifestyles has opportunities in long-term care, pediatrics, home care, menu development and much more!
1) Completion of specialized academic training in dietetics, including a minimum of a four year degree in food and nutrition science from an Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND) approved university and completion of either a CUP program, internship or Master's program (AP-4) approved by the AND.
2) Current Licensed Dietitian/Nutritionist by the State of Florida.
The primary duty of the Consultant Dietitian is the provision of professional medical nutritional therapy for clients, which includes nutritional assessment, care planning, monitoring and revision of the care plan as indicated. The provision of medical nutrition therapy requires the use of professional discretion and judgment based on the dietitian’s specialized knowledge of medical nutrition therapy, chemistry, metabolism and biology under the guidance and direction of the Clinical Supervisor or Mentor, and a thorough understanding of the state and federal regulations. The dietitian develops plans of care that meet the clients’ needs in a creative way using independent judgment and knowledge of medical nutrition therapy and considers the clients’ medical, social and physical aspects and impairments using creative judgment under the direction and guidance from the Clinical Supervisor or Mentor.
The dietitian will also provide specialized guidance and monitoring of food purchasing, production and service, and food service sanitation, and provide information to each facility on budget, cost control, staffing, food quality and sanitation. The dietitian will provide management services and direct supervision of the dietary function during absence of the Dietary Manager and during emergencies. The provision of these services will require knowledge of the state and federal Food Codes and independent judgment and discretion based on the dietitian’s academic training and experience under the direction and guidance from the Clinical Supervisor or Mentor.
The dietitian serves as nutritional expert during the state and federal survey process, dealing with surveyors in a professional manner and using specialized knowledge and judgment in assisting the facility in demonstrating compliance with state and federal regulations and assisting in the development of nutritional plans of correction as needed under the guidance and direction of the Clinical Supervisor or Mentor.
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