Dietetic Internship Program Coordinator job ID

Department:
Dietetics Internship- Clinical Nutrition
Hours per week:
40, eligible for benefits
Shift:
Monday- Friday Day time hours.
Participates in weekend rotation. Occasional evening commitments

Job Overview
Manages the Dietetic Intern Program for a shared program between University of Colorado and The Children's Hospital. Develops and maintains curriculum in accordance with Commission on Accreditation for Dietetics Education (CADE). Manages preceptor involvement in the intern program. Responsible for recruiting and hiring applicants who meet the CADE requirements for intern participation. This position reports to the Director of Clinical Nutrition at Children's Hospital Colorado. This position is responsible for the day to day operations of the dietetic internship program, including direct supervision of dietetic interns, program coordination and documentation, collaboration and engagement with preceptors and key stakeholders at CHCO, the AMC campus and off campus sites. In addition this position coordinates all community education events for the department of clinical nutrition and is responsible for the tracking and documentation of all community benefit activities. Additionally this position has clinical patient care responsibilities (TBD) in the range of 14 - 20 hours/week.
This position currently requires a Master's degree and also requires a minimum of 3 years post credentialing clinical experience, ideally in pediatrics. An advanced practice certification is highly desired.
The ideal candidate will be passionate about dietetics and dietetic education and will have demonstrated that thru their prior experience. They will be able to demonstrate success in leading projects requiring engagement, collaboration and communication with a variety of stakeholders

Qualifications
Required Education - Masters
Required Education Field of Study - Dietetics
Required License/Certification - CDR certification (Commission on Dietetic Registration)






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