Clinical Nutrition Supervisor in Fairfield, CA at Northbay Healthcare

Date Posted: 1/3/2021

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    1200 B Gale Wilson Boulevard
    Fairfield, CA
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Job Description


Clinical Nutrition Supervisor
Full Time, FTE:  1
NorthBay Medical Center
Fairfield, CA
While shift is days working M-F, shift times/days may vary based on business needs. Position is home-based at NBMC, but may be required to travel to VVH as needed

Job Summary:

The Clinical Nutrition Supervisor is a Registered Dietitian who supervises the clinical and educational resources and care standards related to the nutrition needs for the hospital patient population.  This Clinical Nutrition Supervisor also participates in the development of care delivery systems and clinical practice programs related to nutrition and dietetics.  The Clinical Nutrition Supervisor’s role along with other members of the team is to promote the provision of effective, high quality nutrition care to all patients.


  1. Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition/Dietetics, food management or science related field.
  2. Master’s degree preferred.


  1. Registered Dietitian with current Commission on Dietetic Registration required.


  1. Working knowledge of health care practices, patient care equipment and products.  Minimum of 4-year clinical experience in an acute care setting. 
  2. Three to five years of related clinical experience in area of responsibility preferred. 3-5 years of education or clinical specialist experience with increasing scope of responsibility preferred.
  3. Knowledge of regulatory processes required (Joint Commission and Title 22). 
  4. Excellent oral and written communication skills required.
  5. Possesses teaching ability, leadership ability, and high professional standards.
  6. Must be well organized, be able to set priorities, work independently and is an effective team member.
  7. Word Processing skills required. Statistical/data management skills preferred.
  8. Must demonstrate and maintain current knowledge and skill in providing nutrition related care for patients in appropriate age groups:  Pediatric through Geriatric. 
  9. Demonstrates the NorthBay Way. The NorthBay Way is a set of value-based behaviors that are to be consistently demonstrated and role modeled by all employees that work at NorthBay Healthcare.  The NorthBay Way principles consist of Caring, Communication, Collaboration, and Competence. Ability to interact in a professional manner with administration, medical staff, and hospital personnel as well as external customers.