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Dietary Technician

Community First Solutions is a not-for-profit network that provides a broad continuum of high-quality services to meet the diverse health and wellness needs of more than 30,000 individuals throughout the region. Commitment to our mission drives our organizational priorities, and we reinvest into expanding programs and services for residents and clients. 
What We Offer You
  • Paid Time Off that can be taken once accrued with no waiting period
  • Competitive Insurance coverages that include a zero co-pay medical plan
  • Zero co-pay on certain routine prescription medications
  • Employee education funds that advance career development
  • Health Insurance - medical and prescription coverage, Dental & Vision 
  • Life Insurance & Supplemental Life Insurance
  • 401(k) retirement savings plan with employer match
Our culture embraces innovation, supports professional development, and fosters collaboration and connectivity between teams. We take our jobs very seriously, but we also know that it’s important to laugh and have fun at work.
The Dietary Technician plans and directs nutritional care for residents in conjunction with physicians’ orders and residents’ food habits and preferences. Works closely with Dietician and all other care-related departments and Directors.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assumes leadership responsibility, either personally or through delegation, for integration and coordination of the intradepartmental services to meet the institution’s primary functions.
  • Responsible for the development and implementation of goals/objectives and policies/procedures that guide and support the department’s services.
  • Provides continuous assessment and improvement of the performance of care and services provided (CQI).
  • Under the direction of a Dietician, oversees initiation and maintenance of quality control measures, adherence to regulatory standards.
  • Responsible for the education and training of employees.
  • Completes nutrition assessments on residents.
  • Participates in care conferences for residents.
  • Makes recommendations regarding nutrition care as appropriate.
  • Routinely visits residents to check tolerances. Orders snacks/nutritional supplements as appropriate.
  • Calculates and charts calorie count data when necessary.
  • Oversees and monitors quality control practices.
  • Maintains professional competency and growth needed for job-related services.
  • Works with Director to develop and carry out processes as needed.
  • Communicates problems and opportunities in a timely manner.
  • Continually monitors service quality.
  • Interacts with residents on food committees and other processes.
  • Performs other general routine and non-routine duties as assigned.

Minimum Job Requirements

Education: Minimum of Associate Degree in a recognized Dietetic Technician program.
Licenses or other required certifications: HACCP training preferred.
Experience:  A minimum of 3 years related supervisory experience in a continuing care retirement community, hospital, or similar facility.
Specialized knowledge, skills, or abilities: Must be able to reason and problem solve, must be able to make decisions under stressful conditions. Must be able to effectively communicate with staff. Must be computer literate.

  • To protect our team and our clients, this is a direct care position that requires COVID-19 Vaccination. All applicants who would like to be considered for this position but are not yet vaccinated will be provided resources to become fully vaccinated.

We Are An Equal Opportunity Employer