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Dietitian II 8/12/2016

University of California - Los Angeles Medical Centers Los Angeles, CA

Company
University of California - Los Angeles Medical Centers
Job Classification
Full Time
Company Ref #
H84618
AJE Ref #
575862832
Location
Los Angeles, CA
Experience
Entry Level (0 - 2 years)
Job Type
Regular

JOB DESCRIPTION

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Job Title:
Dietitian II

UCLA Title:
Dietitian 2

Job No.:
H84618

Work Hours:
Monday-Friday, Day Shift

Work Location:
Diabetes Center - Westwood, CA

Job Type:
Career

Duration:
indefinite

Minimum Salary:
$31.38 / $5460

Maximum Salary:
$41.40 / $7203

Layoff Referral Deadline:


Bargaining Unit:
HX



JOB DUTIES:

Assess nutritional status of individual patients seen in the assigned UCLA Health Diabetes Program. Implement appropriate and individualized meal plans with follow-up for all patients referred. Be prepared to teach general survival skills when necessary. May participate in one-on-one consults as well as group classes and support groups. Expected to take the initiative in interpreting the current nutrition recommendations to physicians and staff. Be prepared to reinforce each individual treatment plan as prescribed by the physician or the NP and offer suggested changes when needed. Will function as an essential part of the Diabetes Care Team.





JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

Current California R.D. Licensure.

Current C.D.E. Certificate

Demonstrated ability to organize and maintain efficient client flow in your daily schedule.

Skill to set priorities, to recognize emergency situations, and to take appropriate action.

Knowledge to teach survival skills, including home glucose monitoring when necessary.

Demonstrated ability to work independently with physician(s) and Diabetes Care Team and follow through with all assignments.

Comprehensive knowledge of Diabetes and its complications and treatments.

Demonstrated in-depth knowledge and expertise in current concepts of medical nutritional management and practices in diabetes and its complications.

Skill to communicate effectively with patients, families, physicians, nursing staff and front office, as well as with other department personnel, both orally and in writing.

Demonstrated ability to interact in a professional manner with a diverse patient population and with difficult situations presented by this diversity.

Skill to provide information in a clear and concise manner to patients and their families in the course of explaining procedures and policies.

Demonstrated ability to use time effectively and efficiently, dealing with interruptions and multiple tasks.

Demonstrated ability to maintain patient confidentiality.







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