The Program Manager is responsible for planning, organizing, coordinating, and evaluating the nutritional component of quality healthcare services to patients of Marin Community Clinics. The Lead reports to the Chief Medical Officer Director.
In conjunction with the CMO and DMO sets annual goals and objectives for the Nutrition & Health Education Program.
Develops and implements standardized training curricula and handouts for participants in the Nutrition & Health Education Program including health and nutrition workshops.
Organizes group visits and implementation of work flow for these programs.
Ensures that each health educator and nutrition is achieving minimum efficiency standard of 10 billable patients per eight hours.
Provides Medical Nutrition Therapy per medical provider diagnosis and referral, teaches group classes, and leads clinic quality in terms of clinic wide nutrition handouts/related updates.
Represents MCC on various task forces, meetings, workshops, conferences and collaborative.
Explores ways to expand agency’s nutrition and health education services.
Identifies outside consultants for nutrition-related presentations/workshops.
Ensures accurate and timely record keeping for all program participants.
Ensures follow‐up services as needed.
Serves as a member of MCC’s clinical management team and attends managers’ meetings, monthly medical-ops meetings and trainings.
Attends state and local trainings applicable to the position in relation to Health and Nutrition services.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Eight hours admin weekly allotted for Program and Staff oversight.
32 hours weekly of Direct billable Patient Education.
Bachelor’s Degree from an American Dietetic Association (ADA) accredited program.
Must have National certification by the Commission on Dietetic Registration as a Registered Dietician. Must maintain CEUs as required for certification renewals.
Minimum 2 years’ experience in Health and Nutrition and/or Child and Adult Care Food Program or 1 year experience developing health education programs.
2 years supervisory or management experience preferred.
Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office products including; Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
Ability to work with culturally diverse clients.
Ability to speak and write fluently in English and Spanish.
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to learn and utilize effectively the electronic medical records and charting system (Next Gen).
Intermediate knowledge of computers and Windows environment.