The Clinical Nutrition Manager plans, coordinates, and evaluates clinical nutrition services for all inpatients at UVMMC and for many of the outpatient programs that provide medical nutrition therapy (MNT) and/or nutrition education. The areas of focus include inpatient, outpatient, visitor, staff and student services, and the management of community contracts for clinical nutrition services. The incumbent also provides direct patient care to outpatients and inpatients. As part of the Nutrition Services leadership team, the incumbent achieves cost, quality and regulatory objectives while meeting UVMMC’s strategic and operational objectives. The incumbent directly supervises dietetic technicians and Registered Dietitians.
Bachelor's Degree in Nutrition or Dietetics required, Master's Degree in Nutrition or Dietetics strongly preferred. Registered Dietitian and Vermont State Certification and ServSafe Certification required.
Experience working with diverse health care providers, administrative leaders, and consumers in clinical and community settings is required. Experience working in an acute care hospital providing clinical nutrition services is also required. Five years of management experience working in a complex organizational setting and demonstrated ability to interact with and coordinate activities with various internal and external constituents.
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