This post would be suitable for a Band 5 dietitian who feels ready to progress to Band 6 or someone already working at a Band 6 level already. This role will build on your existing dietetic skills - clinical knowledge, communication skills, motivational interviewing, case load management and collaborative working.
Working as part of the friendly dietetic team a large part of your case load would be to manage the nutritional needs of patients within the Brain injury integrated practice unit (IPU). Your dietetic caseload would be varied and could include management of nutrition support, Diabetes (type 1 and type 2), weight management, dysphagia diets, food allergies and intolerance and management of over and under hydration. Previous experience working with a variety of nutritional needs would be desirable.
Support will be provided by the Band 7 dietitians within the department and the department benefits from dietetic assistant input. St Andrews has a strong ethos of multidisciplinary working and has close links with Speech and language therapy, physiotherapy and the ward teams. The dietetics team also works closely with the on-site catering team who provide a fresh cook catering service, which is tailored to patient’s needs.
St Andrews Healthcare offers an attractive benefits package including pension, sickness policy on par with the NHS, 35 days annual leave, life cover, cycle to work scheme, childcare vouchers, healthcare cash plan, free parking and free DBS.
We welcome requests for further information or a site visit, please contact Rebecca Forster (advanced specialist dietitian) on 01604 616116 or Nicola Wolfe (advanced specialist dietitian) 01604 6018686. We are always looking out for talented Dietitians to join the team so if you are interested in other opportunities within the team please also send your CV specifying what you are interested in.
Or apply on line at www.stah.org/careers/job-search/dietitian-specialist-dietitian-2/
Closing Date: Thursday 28th February 2019