Sodexo is seeking a Fulltime Registered Dietitian 2 for Miami Jewish Health, located in Miami, FL. With an 80-year history, Miami Jewish Health has been built with a focus on tomorrow, providing access to the latest research trials, offering a comprehensive line of health services, new facilities and programs, and employing an innovative care model centered on empathy. We extend our clinical services and supportive environment to address seniors’ comprehensive wellness, across a full continuum of care.
provide nutritional care to residents;
meet DOH/state/federal and company standards;
be an active member of the interdisciplinary care conferences;
represent the Food & Nutrition Department as a liaison with the medical and nursing staff; and/or
support the food service operation as needed.
-Directs nutrition care of special needs population to ensure nutrition needs and customer satisfaction levels are met.
-Maintains and develops client relationships and client satisfaction to ensure account retention.
-Manages, promotes, and educates others on food and nutrition programs according to Sodexo standards and policy.
-Collaborates and communicates with culinary and clinical departments on established processes, special diets, and menu requests and probes potential problems and apprises manager of status on resolution of problems or issues, using appropriate Sodexo resource when necessary.
-Ensures compliance with all federal, state and local regulations as well as Sodexo/client policies and procedures (e.g. Health Dept., HIPAA/Privacy Act, Joint Commission, quality assurance, safety, operations, and personnel) by keep abreast of the most recent nutrition-related trends, research, policy, certifications, and standards of practice.
-Establishes operating standards, implements quality improvements and communicates them to other departments..
Registered Dietitian credentials and are licensed in FL;
at least 1 year of experience working in Senior Living- preferred;
dialysis/renal experience- strongly preferred;
strong verbal and written communication skills;
strong leadership skills;
the ability to work well with physicians, nursing and ancillary staff; and/or
excellent interpersonal skills and enjoy working with seniors to make every day a better day for our residents.
1 year work experience in health care including hospitals, nursing homes, assisted or independent living facilities, long-term care, retirement homes, or clinics
This position requires an outgoing, friendly individual who will be the
“face” of the company for all visitors and will be responsible for the first
impression we make. Brandwein Institute for Nutrition & Wellness instills
a warm, inviting and professional atmosphere where clients feel
welcome and are confident that our staff will meet their needs to the best
of their ability.
Summary and Qualifications:
● Greet and welcome guests
● Answer questions and address and troubleshoot potential
● Create an engaging and exemplary customer service experience.
● Supplement Fulfillment
● Answer all incoming calls and redirect them or keep messages
● Receive letters, packages etc. and distribute them
● Setting/Confirming appointments -through online portal
● Sending clients forms and confirming they are completed before
● Knowledge of services/packages and effectively communicate to
them potential clients.
● Proven experience as front desk representative, agent or relevant
● Organizational skills a must.
● Ability to prioritize and delegate tasks assigned.
● Computer skills and technology savvy in all aspects of social media
● Familiarity with office machines (e.g. fax, printer etc.)
● Strong communication and people skills
● Problem-solving skills
● Customer service orientation
● High School diploma; additional qualifications will be a plus
Our Dietitian oversees the dietary program and menu planning, documents patient nutritional information, represents the department in clinical care committee, and assists the management as necessary to ensure that the patient nutritional needs are met.
Assess the nutritional status needs of a patient.
Provides nutritional counseling to patients and their families, if necessary.
Prepares all patients' diet cards.
Inputs all dietary and nutritional information. Maintains all records of patient's nutritional history.
Approves and helps design cycle menus.
Associates degree from an accredited collage with a major in food and nutrition is required
A Bachelors degree from an accredited college or university with a major in foods and nutrition is preferred.
Should be eligible to take the registration exam for dieticians/diet technicians
Above average interpersonal skills
Must be able to communicate effectively with all levels within the facility, in addition to a variety of outside customers with varying interests
Good writing skills
Must be able to thoroughly and effectively document all work performed in the position
Ability to work with computers and the necessary software typically used by the department.
The University of Miami Hospital Food Services Team has an exciting Full Time Opportunity for a Clinical Dietician outpatient gastroenterology/hepatology .
The individual in this role will plan menus and inspect food to ensure portions adhere to set restrictions and dietary standards. Assesses patients’ nutritional status and develops individualized nutritional plans. Relays appropriate information regarding patient care to the collaborating physician. Assists in the management of family dynamics and coping mechanisms during acute and chronic phases of patients’ care. Triages patients to determine urgency of physician evaluation. Documents and reports care in an accurate and timely fashion. Collaborates with development of educational materials. Identifies and accounts for specific ethnic, cultural, and religious needs. Responds to, resolves, and follows-up regarding patient inquiries or concerns. Adheres to University and unit-level policies and procedures and safeguards University assets.
Bachelor’s Degree in relevant field required
Certification and Licensing:
Registration as a Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) by the Commission on Dietetic Registration
Licensed as a Dietitian/Nutritionist (LDN) by the State of Florida Department Of Health, Association of Medical Quality Assurance
Board certification in the working specialty area, as applicable, within one (1) year of employment
Certified Nutrition Support Clinician (CNSC) by the American Society of parenteral and Enteral Nutrition
Two (2) years of experience as an RDN, with a preference of at least one (1) year experience in the outpatient nutrition setting.
Summary: Do you want to make it easier for limited-resource families in South Florida to lead healthier lives? Are you passionate about health equity? Can you see yourself working with partners from different sectors to increase healthy food access and physical activity opportunities? If so, this job may be for you. The UF/IFAS Extension Family Nutrition Program (FNP) is seeking an energetic public health professional to work with partners in Broward, Palm Beach, Martin and St. Lucie Counties. The Public Health Specialist will deliver policy, systems and environment change trainings and technical assistance to staff from schools, childcare centers, food pantries and other community partners to help make the healthy choice the easy choice for low-income individuals. Join us in creating a healthier Florida!
Someone who embodies and models FNP core values
Proven success in project management and meeting deadlines
History of establishing and growing partnerships with community organizations including schools and school districts, childcare centers, food pantries, municipalities and/or other community-based organizations
Experience in facilitating virtual and in-person meetings and trainings using interactive, creative techniques
Comfortable using technology (such as laptop, Zoom and Microsoft Office suite of tools) on a daily basis
Ability to work effectively independently and as a member of multiple virtual teams
Excited to work with multicultural teams and with partners from diverse cultural backgrounds
Commitment to ongoing professional development, including receiving and giving feedback
Strong written communication skills, including monthly narrative reports
Master’s degree in a relevant area
Professional experience in public health, youth development, community development, food systems, education, food security, or social services fields
The Dietitian assesses the nutritional needs of patients of all ages, infants through geriatrics; develops and implements nutritional care plans; communicates information pertinent to the nutritional care of the patient through documentation in the patient's medical record and verbally with other care providers. Provides high quality, evidence-based care to patients. Develops and maintains regular and therapeutic meals/menus. Provides nutrition counseling to patients of all ages, their families and/or significant other. The Clinical Dietitian actively participates in projects, committees, and/or task forces to improve department and hospital processes and patient care outcome. Stays current with most recent nutrition-related trends, research, policy, certifications and standards of practice. Supervision is received from a professional superior who reviews results for adherence to standards and established hospital policies and procedures.
Experience: 3 to 5 years of related experience strongly preferred. Clinical experience with one to three years direct experience is preferred.
Education: Bachelor's degree in related field is required
Licensure Certification: Registered Dietitian and Florida Licensure required. Certification in specialty area (i.e., CDE, NBNSC, Pediatric Nutrition, Membership in the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, (AND) or the American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (ASPEN). American Heart Association (AHA) Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers certification with at least 6 months validity required.
This position is located at JOE DiMAGGIO CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL and serves a Pediatric population.
Working with the Cardiac and Kidney Transplant teams, provides medical nutrition therapy to all levels of acuity in inpatient and outpatient settings in all phases of transplant care.
• Coordinates, promotes, and provides outpatient nutrition services to the transplant population at every phase of transplantation.
• Provides group and individual nutrition counseling to individuals pursuing transplant and those transplanted.
• Participates in all appropriate transplant team meetings and support groups and will participate in the program performance improvement initiatives.
• Assesses the nutrition needs for transplant recipients and donors by completing a nutrition assessment, identifying nutrition risk, include diet education and an individualized nutrition care plan.
• Assists with on-the-job training; provides two in-service training programs/presentations.
This position is located at JOE DiMAGGIO CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL and serves a Pediatric population.
Plans, coordinates, and implements nutritional therapy services for assigned populations.
• Assesses patient’s nutritional status and needs. Develops and implements patient care plans and assesses patient responses.
• Collaborates with physicians, nursing, pharmacy and other healthcare team members/departments to determine, coordinate, and provide medical nutrition therapy.
• Collaborates with the Food Service department to provide nutritionally appropriate menus, food options, and services for patients.
• Develops and provides education, training, consulting, and counseling services throughout the organization and for the community. Participates and collaborates in PI initiatives.