Specialist Bariatric Dietitian

Phoenix Health is an experienced specialist provider of weight loss surgery, founded by Professor David Kerrigan, President of the British Obesity and Metabolic Surgery Society (BOMSS).

We offer patients the reassurance that they will be treated with respect and dignity by a skilled and close-knit multidisciplinary team of about 20 employees who work with carefully selected surgeons to deliver the highest standards of service and post-operative aftercare. www.phoenix-health.co.uk

Phoenix Health carry out bariatric surgery for both NHS and privately funded patients in private hospitals at several UK locations, but our main base is in the North West, with modern offices located just outside Chester.

We are recruiting a full time Specialist Bariatric Dietitian to join our Multi-Disciplinary Team. Previous experience in an NHS or private weight management service is essential and experience treating patients who have had bariatric surgery highly desirable. Additional supervised training will be provided by our very supportive team.
Salary range: £34 – 38k Full Time Equivelant (plus benefits that include a 5% employers’ contribution to a Workplace Pension Scheme, paid study leave, bonus holidays etc)
Location: Chester-based, but you will be required to travel to other Phoenix clinic locations each month.
Start date: 1st November 2019
Contract: Initial fixed term 12-month appointment with the possibility of a permanent position.
Essential criteria: BSc, PgD or MSc in Dietetics, Registered Dietitian with the Health and Care Professions Council, Car owner
Application deadline: Thursday 31st October 2019
Interview Date: As soon as possible

To arrange an informal discussion with our current dieticians please contact Sally Pritchard (Business Manager) on 01244 851886

Applications must be received by the deadline above and include your CV plus a letter telling us why you would like to join Phoenix Health. Applications should be submitted by email to [email protected]


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