Dietitian 2-Venice


Venice Family Clinic is a nonprofit community health center celebrating 50 years of delivering quality primary care to people in need. We provide vital and comprehensive health care services to nearly 28,000 people each year, regardless of their income, insurance or immigration status. Our history is rooted in Venice, but our footprint, impact, and ambitions are more expansive than ever. Visit to learn more about us.

Int his role, you will be responsible for providing
content area expertise in the areas of Child Nutrition according to Head Start
Performance Standards. You will also be responsible for prenatal nutrition. You will consult with families and staff about best practices in
breast feeding, infant and toddler nutrition, prenatal and family nutrition. You will work closely with the Head
Services Manager for meal service at play groups and family child care, center
and CACFP regulations, trainings for parents and staff and meeting federal
  • Registered Dietitian status with the American Dietetic Association
  • Experience
    working with an Early Head Start or another program serving young children
  • Experience
    with CACFP regulations
  • Fully
    bilingual in Spanish Language
  • Knowledge
    of CACFP and Head Start Regulations
  • All necessary skills in the
    operation and maintenance of instruments and equipment used in performing any
    required procedures
  • Ability to recognize
    problem areas in health, nutrition, and development. Ability to relate well
    and maintain effective working relationships with staff, children, parents,
    and other agencies
  • Excellent communication and
    organizational skills
  • Ability to effectively
    communicate with a wide variety of people of various educational and
    socio-economic backgrounds
  • Demonstrated proficiency in
    using Microsoft applications such as Word, Excel and Access

UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.