Spectrum Health

Dietitian - Digital Health/Telehealth

Job description

We’re looking for a Dietitian who can work collaboratively within the team remotely. The role is flexible and can be either a part or full time salaried position. When you start, you will receive comprehensive induction training, which includes learning about our business from all departments – marketing, operations, HR, etc. As well as dedicated support from our HQ team, you’ll also get structured performance management with your clinical lead. Reviews will take place at 1/3/6/12 month marks, and annually thereafter - clear goals will be identified and measured at set timeframes. Career progression is a key focus for us at Spectrum Health. Our team of Clinical Leads are there to help you progress as a professional, both clinically and within the wider team. Our structured KPI system and career pathway will guide you through and assist you in achieving your potential. What are the benefits of working with us? We offer discounted health insurance (available after successful probation period), annual leave that increases with length of service, a “Me Day” – an additional day’s leave each year to try something new – , educational and CPD support, and a monthly personal health & wellness allowance. What experience and qualifications do I need? BSC or MSC in Dietetics Membership of Irish Nutrition + Dietetic Institute (INDI) CORU membership Current professional indemnity insurance Private practice experience preferred. New grads welcome What is the role and what are your responsibilities? Engaging with patients and assessing their needs. Developing diets that patients are able to adopt into their daily lives. Determining appropriate dietary modifications needed to promote health or treat disease and formulate an appropriate treatment plan. Treating patients whose symptoms are triggered or increased by eating particular foods. Supporting people who are unable to eat after major surgery or serious injury to ensure they continue to receive the nutrition they need. Helping athletes achieve their sporting goals through good nutritional practices. Maintaining and advancing professional knowledge and keeping up with technical and clinical progress in order to offer clients the best treatment available. Liaise with other healthcare professionals, such as GPs, occupational therapists, other members of multi-disciplinary teams, to exchange information about the background and progress of patients, as well as to refer patients who require other medical attention; Formulating practical dietetics advice and resources by interpreting, translating and evaluating relevant information from a variety of sources. Conduct face to face and digital consultations Write patient case notes and reports and collect statistics; as well as managing their payments, and issue receipts. Meet continuous education requirements and maintain an up to date CPD folder. Be caring, compassionate and professional and always have the patient at the core of everything you do. You may be required to work with the marketing team from time to time and provide them with on the ground feedback ...

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