Public Health Nutritionist, Office of Minority Health and Health Disparities Research -Georgetown University Medical Center
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The Public Health Nutritionist
is primarily responsible for the coordination for the nutrition assessment, nutrition education, and development of interventions to address the needs of our catchment area. They work in partnership with community organizations, residents, and the OMH outreach staff to develop culturally and linguistically appropriate nutrition intervention protocols and education materials for research studies.
The Public Health Nutritionist provides educational workshops and lecture series, and - as anticipated in collaboration with grocery stores - performs cooking demonstrations, including instruction about reading food labels, nutrient content, and healthy eating. They employ the essential skills of thorough attention to detail, good organizational skills, effective interpersonal skills, and effective verbal and written communication skills to convey nutrition and research-related information to research subjects of all ages and backgrounds.
They also support the efforts of the Office of Minority Health and Health Disparities community outreach and engagement requirements for Lombardi Comprehensive Care Center.Work Interactions
Reporting to the Associate Director of Minority Health and Health Disparities Research, the Public Health Nutritionist
interacts with community organizations, residents, cancer survivors, grocery stores, as well as community outreach staff and Lombardi faculty, including epidemiologists and behavioral scientists.Qualifications
- Ph.D. preferred or Master's degree in nutrition, nutritional sciences, or related dietary field
- Registered Dietitian
- 10 to 15 years of experience in nutrition education, cooking demonstrations, and interventions
- Strong leadership and teamwork skills
- Proficiency with MS Office - Word, Excel and PowerPoint, along with a working knowledge of Internet usage and research
- Working knowledge of office equipment
- Willingness and availability to work at multiple sites, including occasional weekend and evening hours, as needed
Experience working in minority underserved populationsWork Mode: On Campus.
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