When you join the healthcare team at Phoenix Children’s, you’ll see the world of medicine through the eyes of a child. You’ll be amazed by something new every day, inspired by the capabilities and expertise of your co-workers, and you’ll be able to transform your professional ambitions into realities. Here, you can be part of a growing system that will never outgrow its sense of joy, purpose or discovery. Come grow with us.
We’re looking for lifelong learners who transform curiosity into discovery to join us in an inspiring place—filled with hope, positivity, support and compassion.
The Pediatric Dietitian I (PD I) provide evidence-based nutrition care to patients/families using practice skills which satisfy the needs/concerns of assigned patients, in an out-patient setting. The PD I can formulate and implement an individualized nutrition care plan using current medical nutrition therapy (MNT). The PD I contributes to nutrition care decisions that lead to positive outcomes and is an effective educator. The PD I addresses routine problems in the work environment by providing assistance or referring these to other, more experienced team members. The PD I prioritizes workload, delivers nutrition care to assigned patients, and discusses/assists/advocates for the nutritional care needs of the patient/family. This position receives oversight by the Manager, Clinical Nutrition Services. Ability to manage daily workload, identify routine problems in the work area and solve problems with advice/assistance from others is required. Outpatient Gastroenterology and Inpatient Ketogenic opportunities.
Phoenix Children’s offers full- and part-time employees a comprehensive benefits package including:
Competitive pay with incentives
401(k) Retirement Plan with company march
Health, dental, vision, and life insurance beginning the first day of the month following hire date
Tuition reimbursement up to $5,250 per year
Childcare discounts and much more!
Current Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (R.D. or R.D.N.) credential recognized by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
Bachelor’s degree and supervised practice experience which meets the requirements for registered dietitian status of the Commission on Dietetic Registration of the Academy of Pediatrics
Flexibility with scheduled days of work and hours of work, participation in the On-Call/Weekend rotation to meet patient care demands and project/activity deadlines
Strong verbal, non-verbal and written communication skills are essential
Experience in a health-care, preferably hospital, environment using current MNT to provide care to general hospitalized patients which may include but is not limited to parenteral and enteral formulas, GI disorders, cardiac, diabetes, renal, pulmonary, and/or weight management/growth concerns/disorders