Cedars-Sinai Food and Nutrition Performance Specialist - Clinical Nutrition - Full Time - Days in Los Angeles, California
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Cedars-Sinai’s Clinical Nutrition Department has an exciting and meaningful opportunity for a Food & Nutrition Performance Specialist.
You will be responsible for facilitating complex performance improvement projects, design challenges of varying scope, and supporting large and small cross-functional process improvement teams to achieve the organization's mission and goals and to ensure compliance with accreditation, licensing and regulatory requirements. Supports senior staff in the preparation, facilitation and follow-up of improvement team meetings, compiling and creating graphical displays of data, developing presentations and employing project management skills to ensure goals are achieved within the specified time frames.
Bachelor's Degree in Dietetics, Business Administration, HealthcareAdministration, or a related field is required (Master's Degreepreferred).
Minimum 2 years' experience as a Clinical Dietitian in an acutecare hospital with knowledge of health care regulations, accreditation,and licensing requirements.
Minimum 2 years' progressive responsibility in application processimprovement, statistical process control methodologies, and independentfacilitation of process improvement teams.
Communicates ideas and information clearly and accurately anddemonstrates good listening skills.
Ability to communicate and present to all of levels of theorganization.
Must have excellent analytical and advanced statistics skills.
Experience with spreadsheet programs, Tableau, or other datavisualization programs. Experience with EPIC, SmartSheets, Verge,Computrition preferred. Advanced skills in MS Office (Work, Excel,PowerPoint).
Ability to organize and manage multiple complex performanceimprovement projects simultaneously and work collaboratively andindependently.
Certification as Registered dietitian by the Commission of Dietetic Registration, the Credentialing Agency for the American Dietetic Association.
Black Belt Six Sigma Training (highly preferred).
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