Title: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF DIETETICS Salary: $4,614.00 - $5,607.00 Posted: 10/22/2012
MSH Department of Nutrition Services has a vacancy for an ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF DIETETICS. This position will assist in the overall supervision, operation and management of the nutrition services provided at Metropolitan State Hospital. Specific assignments may include clinical or administrative dietetic practices. Duties may include, but not be limited to, assisting in the development and implementation of policies and procedures concerning nutritional screening and assessment, assisting in the supervision of the production and presentation functions of the department. Orienting, training and evaluating staff and ensuring appropriate departmental records are maintained and assisting with budget planning and evaluation. WHO MAY APPLY: List eligible, Lateral transfer and Reinstatement. Reemployment, SROA/Surplus candidates are encouraged to apply. Applications will be reviewed and only the most competetive candidates will be interviewed. LICENSE REQUIREMENT: Registration with the Commission on Dietetic Registration of the American Dietetic Association. No FAX or online applications will be accepted. To apply for this vacancy (in person or by mail) submit a completed State STD-678 application form by the FINAL FILE DATE: 04/19/2013 *To: Department of State Hospitals–Metropolitan State Hospital- Attn: Selection Services Unit, 11401 South Bloomfield Avenue, Norwalk, CA 90650
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