Medtrust, LLC

  • Dietitian

    Location US-CO-Colorado Springs
    Posted Date 1 month ago(1 month ago)
    Job ID
    2018-3938
    Experience (Years)
    1
  • Overview

    Dietitian

     

    We are currently taking resumes for the Dietitian position at Peterson AFB, in anticipation of an upcoming government contract award. 

     

    Peterson Air Force Base, CO & Schriever Air Force Base, CO

     

    • Monday – Friday, 0730-1630
    • No holidays or weekends required!
    • No on call!
    • Terrific pay and benefits
    • CEU reimbursement
    • 10 paid federal holidays in addition to generous PTO package

    Send resume to: vramirez@medtruststaffing.com

     

     

    Company Overview:

    MedTrust LLC is a vital, growing company, owned and operated by Registered Nurses possessing decades of experience as clinicians and managers. MedTrust was established in 2001 and provides exceptional medical staffing services and solutions to government and commercial customers across the United States. Our workforce of over 600 professionals is made up of Physicians, Nurses, Mid-Level Providers, Mental Health Professionals, Allied Health and Ancillary services. Long and short term contract, permanent placement and traveler assignments are fulfilled.

     

    As a MedTrust team member, you are eligible for the following benefits:

    • Medical
    • Dental
    • Vision
    • Life Insurance
    • Short & Long Term Disability
    • Paid Time Off
    • Federal Holidays
    • CEU Reimbursement
    • 401K

    Responsibilities

    • • Conduct nutrition assessment/evaluation which includes nutrient intake, activity
      level, appetite, intake of vitamins, minerals, nutritional supplements, and other
      complimentary alternative medicine usage, weight history, taste changes, feeding
      problems, food intolerance, food-drug interactions, unhealthy diet behaviors,
      socioeconomic and ethnic background, documented medical history, current
      diagnoses and medical treatment modalities, current drug therapy, and clinical signs
      and symptoms of nutritional deficiencies while utilizing the Air Force required
      Assessment, Diagnosis, Intervention, Monitoring and Evaluation (ADIME)
      format/template.
      • Apply the basic principles of enteral and parenteral nutrition support.
      • Apply principles and practices of clinical dietetics and medical nutrition therapy in
      order to plan, develop, and independently coordinate medical nutrition therapy
      intervention, interdisciplinary care plans, and nutrition education activities.
      • Conduct studies, analysis, and document findings to evaluate staff, food, nutrition
      supplements/feeding or meal alternatives and therapies, supplies, equipment, and
      service in order to improve the efficiency of the operation.
      • Apply current food service systems management, principles, and practices within a
      healthcare environment.

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor's degree.
    • Graduate from a college or university accredited by the Accreditation Council for Education in
      Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND) or completion of a Didactic Program in Dietetics (DPD) accredited by
      the ACEND or completion of a post- Baccalaureate degree Dietetic Internship Program of supervised
      practice (for a minimum of 1200 hours) accredited by ACEND.
    • Shall be board eligible Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics by the American Dietetic Association (ADA).
    • Shall also complete the online Air Force Health Promotion (HP) Orientation within six (6)
      months of hire/placement and attend the in-residence Air Force HP Workshop within 18 months of hire/placement.
    • Possess three (3) years of experience in wellness, sports nutrition or nutrition education. As well as having
      specific experience interpreting body composition and resting metabolic function data to use in diet therapy.

     

    MedTrust is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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