We are in search of a full or part time Dietitian at our site. Competitive wage, benefits.

As a regulated health professional, the Registered Dietitian is responsible for planning, coordinating and evaluating the clinical aspects of residents' nutritional care, in keeping with the Program Standards.
• Expected salary range: 95,000 to 97,000
• Either full time or part time
The responsibilities of this position include but are not limited to:
• Complete initial assessments, identifying the level of nutritional risk and developing appropriate interventions on all new residents;
• Complete resident Nutritional Assessments; including quarterly assessments and follow up documentation and interventions as needed;
• Continued monitoring and follow-up as required, assess and evaluate on a regular basis, residents need for texture modified diets and nutritional supplements;
• Participate as a member of the Interdisciplinary Team and participate in the development and evaluation of specified nutrition care plans which includes an assessment of the resident’s needs, realistic goals and approaches and an evaluation of the outcome of the nutrition care provided;
• Will be an active member of the wound care team;
• Review all resident weights minimum monthly with care team;
• Initiate appropriate interventions and documentation as necessary;
• Modify regular menu or creates special menu as needed for individualized special diets and review and sign off seasonal menus;
• Liaise with Food Service Manager and Supervisor in kitchen procedures, resident nutrition and menu items and planning.

The ideal candidates will possess:
• Registered Dietician certification with a current membership and be in good standing with the College of Dieticians in your province;
• 2 year of experience;
• Must be knowledgeable of nutritional requirements of geriatric residents; must be familiar with the current dietetic practice guidelines; and dietary allowances that provide for daily amounts to meet current Recommended Nutrient Intake as determined by Health and Welfare Canada;
• Must possess good communications, leadership and interpersonal skills. Must be able to plan, organize and evaluate the therapeutic needs and nutritional requirements of geriatric residents.

At Chartwell, we’re all about Making People’s Lives BETTER: the lives of our residents and their families, and the lives of our employees. Join an exceptional group of diverse, inspiring, and caring people who are empowered to provide personalized, human experiences for our residents and staff through the connections they make every day within our communities.

Chartwell’s commitment to diversity and inclusivity is a commitment to hiring people whose skills and abilities contribute the most to the success of the organization and who reflect the communities in which we live and work. We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome applications from a wide range of qualified candidates, including people with disabilities. If you have questions or require assistance with the application process, please email accessibility@chartwell.com or call 1-888-663-6448.

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.

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