Clinical Nutrition Services Manager
- Lincoln City, Oregon
- posted July 03, 2021
Based on experience
Are you a Registered or Licensed Dietitian with a love of leading communities to be healthier together? Does living only a few miles from the beach and mere feet from hiking coastal peaks make you excited? Then we can’t wait to hear from you! Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital (SNLH), located in the beautiful coastal community of Lincoln City, is currently seeking a Clinical Nutrition Services Manager to join our Nutrition Services team.
This position is responsible for providing direct, effective management of the Nutrition Services Department through planning, organizing, coordination, budgeting, controlling, and evaluating all phases of the food service system. This position performs nutrition assessments, creates nutrition therapy plans and provides nutrition education for individuals and/or groups.
SNLH is offering relocation assistance and a starting bonus!
The Nutritional Services teams at Samaritan Health Services provide a variety of services including all food service for patients and employees as well as medical nutrition therapy specially designed to meet individual patient needs. Our range of service not only includes direct patient care but educational programs such as classes and one-on-one counseling. We also facilitate all meal service within Samaritan for both employees and patients which includes options such as cafeteria service, catering, espresso and providing nutritional supplies and equipment for departments.
About Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital (SNLH)
An accredited critical access hospital providing compassionate, quality patient care since 1968, SNLH recently moved into a beautiful, brand-new, state-of-the-art hospital with an efficient, flexible-use and patient-centered design. Some of the services offered at SNLH include emergency and primary care, general surgery, diagnostic imaging, heart, and vascular, and physical rehabilitation.
About Lincoln City, OR
Lincoln City boasts 7 1/2 miles of beautiful, clean sandy beaches, the Salmon River to the north and the Siletz Bay and River to the south. The temperate costal climate allows for a variety of activities year-round, including hiking, whale watching, golfing, deep-sea fishing, and surfing. A popular tourist destination, the shopping and dining options are boundless. About Samaritan Health Services Samaritan Health Services is a not-for-profit regional health system that brings together community hospitals, physician clinics and health insurance plans to serve more than 250,000 residents of Oregon’s Benton, Lincoln, and Linn counties. We are powered by our people, fueled by teaching and learning, and focused on our mission of Building Healthier Communities Together.
Interested in helping this hospital thrive?
Here's what's needed:
Graduate of accredited dietetic program in university or college, with completion of accredited dietetic internship required.
Current unencumbered Oregon Dietetic Licensure / Registered Dietitian through the CDR or RD eligible. If RD eligible, must obtain Registered Dietitian and Oregon Dietitian License within six (6) months from date of hire.
Two (2) years nutrition/food services experience required. One (1) year of direct leadership experience required.
Oregon Food Handlers card required within thirty (30) days of hire.
CDM required within eighteen (18) months of hire.
Leadership - Inspires, motivates, and guides others toward accomplishing goals. Achieves desired results through effective people management.
Conflict resolution - Influences others to build consensus and gain cooperation. Proactively resolves conflicts in a positive and constructive manner.
Critical thinking – Identifies complex problems. Involves key parties, gathers pertinent data and considers various options in decision making process. Develops, evaluates and implements effective solutions.
Communication and team building – Leads effectively with excellent verbal and written communication. Delegates and initiates/manages cross-functional teams and multi-disciplinary projects.
To learn more about this exciting opportunity and apply online, please click go to www.samhealth.org!