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The Emily Program, P.C. Dietetic Technician in Queen Anne, Washington

DescriptionThis position is full-time 1.0 FTE, fully benefited position.Facility Type: ResidentialPosition Summary: The Program Dietetic Technician works closely with clients, their families, and staff (registered dietitians, therapists, culinary services, and frontline team members). Acts as liaison for the registered dietitian and culinary services to support the execution of registered dietitian prescribed diet orders/meal plans. Provides basic nutrition education and support to/for the culinary services, and assists the registered dietitian as needed.Duties and Responsibilities: Provides active meal coaching and support for clients in Therapeutic Supported Meals as assigned.Plans, prepares, facilitates and completes documentation of assigned nutrition groups in alignment with the Clinical Operating Manual.Assists the dietitian in completing a variety of clinical tasks such as daily weight tracking, group preparation, and meal planning.Collaborates with registered dietitian and culinary services regarding meal and programming schedule.Coordinates the day-to-day ordering of Accanto catered meals as well as external meal purchases.Collaborates with registered dietitian(s) and culinary services to ensure all diet orders/dietary restrictions/dietary accommodations are adhered to.Completes food inventory and order for the site and or patient pantry as assigned.Receives and stores food/meal orders keeping serving and storage areas clean following food safety protocol based on site set up.Supports plating and serves meals (based on site set up) following health and safety protocols and guidelines.Maintains kitchen and dining room cleanliness and organization (based on site set up).Follows all regulatory and organizational policies and procedures.Maintains at all times the confidentiality of former and current Emily Program and Veritas clients' protected health information, as directed by state and federal law, and Emily Program and Veritas policy.Maintains at all times the confidentiality of proprietary information, which includes but is not limited to, trade secrets, sensitive company information, and generally any company information not made available to the public.Attends assigned meetings.Completes all assigned mandatory trainings.Participates in administrative and clinical supervision.Seeks supervision when needed.Drive clients, staff, and supplies in the company vehicle as needed.May provide coverage to other programs as needed.Performs other duties as assigned.Qualifications:Associate degree in Dietetic Technology or a bachelor's degree in Dietetics is required (completion of Dietetic Internship and/or Dietetic Technician Registration are not required).Must have a valid driver's license and be authorized to driveOne year of clinical or public health experience preferred.Previous eating disorder experience is preferred.Current Basic Life Support certification required (American Heart Association) within 30 days from date of hire.ServSafe Food Handler certification requiredAdditional food safety certification may be required for some states and municipalitiesCompetencies:Exhibits passion for our clients, values, and organizationWorks independently and very proactively with minimal direction/supervisionParticipates in maintaining a supportive and healthy work environmentConsiders fiscal and budgetary implications in decision making regarding practiceEngages in self-evaluation process, seeking feedback regarding own practice, from clients, peers, professional colleagues, and othersManages multiple tasks concurrentlyThorough and collaborative communication skillsWorkplace Environment:Standing 60-65% and Sitting 35-40%Bending, twisting, kneeling, stooping or crouching when appropriate, on occasion

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