This Clinical Dietitian position establishes the standards and methodologies of medical nutrition therapy for patients and staff and delivers direct patient care.
This position will primarily support the Transplant clinic and an ideal candidate will have experience in counseling patients with renal disease and/or experience working in a transplant program
Bachelor's degree and Registered Dietitian status (RD / RDN) from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Commission on Dietetic Registration
Washington State Certification
Specialty board certifications as needed per area & assignment
Working knowledge of anatomy, physiology, chemistry, biochemistry, pharmacology, and behavioral sciences
An understanding of therapeutic nutrition
A working knowledge of safety and sanitation practices for food science
Counseling skills, the ability to negotiate, work collaboratively in a multi-disciplinary environment and strong math skills.
Strong interpersonal and communication skills
Excellent problem solving skills
A Master's Degree is preferred. Two years of experience in an acute care hospital; OR an advanced degree plus one year of acute care experience and one year of outpatient experience are also preferred.
Just as Virginia Mason is dedicated to improving the lives of our patients and our community, we are equally dedicated to your professional and personal success. With a wide range of perks that includes comprehensive compensation and benefits, continuing education and support, and the opportunity to live in one of the country?s most livable cities, you will find that an opportunity with Team Medicine is one worth taking.
We are an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.