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An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Home Enteral Feeding and Oral Nutrition Support (HEF & ONS) Dietitian to join our community Nutrition and Dietetic Service.
Band 6 Home Enteral Feeding and Oral Nutrition Support Dietitian.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Dietitian to join our community Nutrition and Dietetic Service.
The post holder will work autonomously to assess and manage patients in their own homes and in a variety of community locations; the caseload includes Home Enteral Feeding and Oral Nutrition Support (HEF & ONS), Primary Care Clinics and Domiciliary visits. Therefore travelling across the community we serve independently is expected.
We are looking for an enthusiastic, skilled individual with previous experience on HEF and ONS. This position will offer you the opportunity for you to become part of a service that is evolving with the ever changing population needs. Band 7 Highly Specialist Dietitians will offer training and support to enable you to fulfil your role.
Whittington Health is situated in North London and delivers health care to the residence of Haringey and Islington; both in the community and through the Whittington Hospital. The Community Nutrition and Dietitian service covers a broad range of services and as a specialist clinician you will have chance to help develop the service further.
The department provides a friendly working environment with supportive and experienced clinicians. You will need to have a caring and mature attitude to work closely with patients, carers and colleagues.
Please read the personal specification carefully to ensure your application clearly demonstrates all the essential criteria. Please provide examples in your supporting information to show how you meet the criteria.
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If you would like further information please contact Valerie Perry (Whittington Health Community HEF/ONS lead) on ( Email address removed ) or Cassandra Jones (Service Lead) on ( Email address removed )
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