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Day Care Dietitian

Hiring Deadline: Open until filled
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Zip Code: 30032
Industry: All
Employer: Guckenheimer
Job Tracking ID: 1378237995
Job Description:
Guckenheimer, is a national foodservice management company that pioneered restaurant style, healthful dining in the workplace.

Founded in the San Francisco Bay Area by two healthcare professionals, Guckenheimer is an onsite specialty foodservice company dedicated to the philosophy that health and productivity at work is achieved through exceptional food and dining experiences. With accounts across 31 states, Guckenheimer features evolved employee health and wellness programs led by registered dieticians, customized menu creations and fresh meals-from-scratch prepared with sustainable and organic ingredients, locally sourced when available.

With new growth in the area, we have incredible employment opportunities for:
Day Care Dietitian
Job Description:
The Day Care Dietitian will support the day care food program to assure all dietary and allergan concerns are properly address in the food served to the children in the day care program. This position will also assist in the preparation and the delivery of this food.
• Work with day care center staff and parents to identify any dietary restrictions and allergans of students
• Work with the chef to make sure food produced meets the restrictions
• Develop weekly menu for day care
• Support in the production and delivery of food to the day care center.
• RD credentialed, completion of an accredited dietetic internship program
• Serv Safe certified
• Minimum 2 year professional working experience as a RD
• Strong background in pediatric nutrition.
• Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to work in close collaboration with our chefs and café teams.
• Must be compassionate, consistent, and fair to the needs of the employee and of the Company.
• Must possess strong written and verbal communication skills.
• Must be detail oriented and organized with the ability to work independently, prioritize and multi-task.
• Must be willing to contribute and support fellow team members with a "hands on" approach to our operations when needed or asked in order to maintain our business.
• A balanced approach to health and wellness with a strong interest in culinary arts.

Guckenheimer embraces equal opportunity employment

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Employee Type: Full-Time, Part-Time
Compensation: competitive wage and benefits

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