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The Pediatric Dietitian I (PD I) provides evidence-based nutrition care to patients/families using practice skills which satisfy the needs/concerns of assigned patients. The PD I can formulate and implement an individualized nutrition care plan using current medical nutrition therapy (MNT). The PD I contributes to nutrition care decisions that lead to positive outcomes and is an effective educator. The PD I addresses routine problems in the work environment by providing assistance or referring these to other, more experienced team members. The PD I prioritizes workload, delivers nutrition care to assigned patients, and discusses/assists/advocates for the nutritional care needs of the patient/family. This position receives oversight by the Manager, Clinical Nutrition Services. Ability to manage daily workload, identify routine problems in the work area and solve problems with advice/assistance from others is required
The Pediatric Dietitian III (PD III) is a registered dietitian/nutritionist who is an expert in general and one or more subspecialty practice area and who holds an advanced degree and a practice-related board certification. The PD III provides nutrition care to patients/families with well-developed, intuitive practice skills using current, evidence-based knowledge that meets the needs of the hospital population. The PD III is competent in current medical nutrition therapy (MNT) for pediatrics, participates in and initiates nutrition care decisions that lead to positive outcomes and is an effective educator. The PD III takes initiative to prioritize workload, deliver nutrition care to complex patients, and discuss/assist/advocate for nutrition care needs for the patient/family. The PD III can recognize problems and identify, develop and act upon innovative solutions to problems. The PD III serves as a mentor to less experienced team members inside and outside of the department and throughout the work environment. This position receives oversight by the Manager, Clinical Nutrition Services. Ability to work independently to manage daily workload, identify and solve problems in the work area, and meet or exceed quality and patient satisfaction goals is required.