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Water Quality Technician

 Type:  Full-Time, Permanent

Pay Rate:  $19.62 – $20.50

 Deadline to Apply:  Until Filled

Minimum Qualifications:

Job Duties:

This is a full time field position in the Water and Waste Division and duties will include:

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W.I.C. Dietitian, Dietetic Technician, Nutritionist, or Registered Nurse

Type:          Part-Time, Permanent
Pay Rate:  Dietitian, Nutritionist, or Registered Nurse: $24.25 – $25.95 per hour

Dietetic Technician: $22.66 – 24.25 per hour

Deadline to Apply:  open until

 Dietitian Minimum Qualifications:

Registered Nurse Minimum Qualifications:

 Dietetic Technician Minimum Qualifications:

 Nutritionist Minimum Qualifications:

 Job Duties:       

 Dietitian Job Duties: 

Determine client qualifications for the W.I.C. program. Provide nutrition education and counseling to income-eligible women (pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum), infants, and children up to the age of five years. Promote and support breastfeeding. Conduct nutrition assessments. Document notes in participant charts. Assign risk codes and appropriate food packages. Issue breast pumps. Follow W.I.C. Policies and Procedures. Utilize a computer and texting program. Prepare educational materials. Conduct outreach activities. Refer clients to other services. Obtain anthropometric measurements. Conduct hemoglobin tests. Perform clerical duties as needed. Attend meetings and complete required training. Assist with supervising the work of any nutritionists and/or dietetic technicians on staff, which included accepting referrals of high-risk participants, reviewing charts, observing appointments, and reviewing and approving education plans and materials developed. Assist with social media posts.

Registered Nurse Job Duties:    

Determine client qualifications for the W.I.C. program. Provide nutrition education and counseling to income-eligible women (pregnant, breastfeeding, and postpartum), infants, and children up to the age of five years. Promote and support breastfeeding. Conduct nutrition assessments. Document notes in participant charts. Assign risk codes and appropriate food packages. Issue breast pumps. Follow W.I.C. Policies and Procedures. Utilize a computer and texting program. Prepare educational materials. Conduct outreach activities. Refer clients to other services. Obtain anthropometric measurements. Conduct hemoglobin tests. Perform clerical duties as needed. Attend meetings and complete required training. Assist with social media posts.

Dietetic Technician or Nutritionist Job Duties:

Determine client qualifications for the W.I.C. program. Provide nutrition education and counseling to income-eligible women (pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum), infants, and children up to the age of five years. Promote and support breastfeeding. Conduct nutrition assessments. Document notes in participant charts. Assign risk codes and appropriate food packages. Issue breast pumps. Follow W.I.C. Policies and Procedures. Refer high-risk participants to a registered dietitian. Observations and chart reviews will be conducted by a registered dietitian. Education plans and materials must be approved by a registered dietitian. Utilize a computer and texting program. Prepare educational materials. Conduct outreach activities. Refer clients to other services. Obtain anthropometric measurements. Conduct hemoglobin tests. Perform clerical duties as needed. Attend meetings and complete required training. Assist with social media posts.

For the full job description and to apply for the WIC Dietitian, Dietetic Technician, Nutritionist, or Registered Nurse position click here.