Highly motivated and experienced Dietary Manager seeking a position to utilize my skills and knowledge in nutrition and food service management.
Managed the dietary department which included planning and preparing nutritious meals for residents, ordering food and supplies, and scheduling staff. Developed and implemented a nutrition program for residents with specific dietary needs.
Assisted Dietary Manager in managing the dietary department. Assumed the responsibilities of the Dietary Manager in their absence. Conducted regular training sessions for dietary staff to ensure compliance with food safety and sanitation regulations.
Developed and implemented nutrition programs for patients with various medical conditions. Provided counseling to patients on healthy food choices and lifestyle changes.
Graduated Summa Cum Laude. Completed coursework in food service management, clinical nutrition, and medical nutrition therapy.
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