Dieticians take care of people's nutrition. They create nutrition plans according to the patient's needs. They supervise your eating habits and they may recommend you anything else other than the usual nutrition plan. E.g. they may tell you to run a determined number of miles every morning. They also deal with weight loss/gain, and cholesterol reduction, among other things. Some restaurant owners also work along with dieticians to implement a healthy menu plan. A bachelor's degree in foods and nutrition is required. Potential dieticians need to have a strong background in nutrition, chemistry, biology, physiology, etc. They can work in hospitals, health departments, private companies and even independently. A dietician's average salary is around $50,000. If you think that you're up for the job, you should redact a dietician resume that specifies the kinds of job positions that are linked to the career that you've pursued.
1839 Overland Dr
Chicago, IL 60621
A challenging and rewaring position as a nutritionist.
Authored numerous school articles regarding health and nutrition.
Publications included Fresh Ideas Magazine, Better Living, Journal of Nutritional Science,
and New Health Journal.
Served as a consultant for the Department of Education's Health Outreach Program.
Over ten years of nutrition experience.
2003 - Present
Rockford Community College, Rockford, IL
Provided instruction to graduates and undergraduates in areas of health and nutrition.
Organized Rockford Community Nutritional Outreach Program, designed to educate elderly and lower income residents of the community about nutritional needs and heathly eating choices.
1999 - 2003
Penn State University Student Health Services, State College, PA
Provided nutritional counseling to both clinician and self-referred patients.
Led eating disorder and weight management groups with staff psychologists, psychiatrists, and health educators.
University of Illinois, Urbana, IL
Graduated Summa Cum Laude
Registered Dietitian (R.D.), 271098
Licensed Dietitian (L.D.), DT44582
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A dietician resume may be limited to tasks that were performed inside a work setting. However, you could include some accomplishments that were not related to the job itself. E.g. Nutrition articles published in scientific journals or newspapers. If you've been nominated or awarded in anything related to the nutrition field, you should mention them in your resume.
Vestaburg, Michigan 48891
Home: (453) 2935-611
To provide valuable advises as a nutritionist in a hospital.
- Ability to analyze and implement meal plans.
- Strong knowledge about biology and nutrition.
- Very patient; can make customers feel comfortable.
- Very organized.
- 2007 to Present - Dietician Counselor. Health Services Department, Davenport University, MI.
Advised students about any health risks in regard to bad nutrition habits; promoted campaigns that advocated the elimination of certain substances in prepared foods; lectured some classes as an invited speaker.
- 2003 to 2007 - Nutritionist. Peterson Hospital, MI.
Talked to incoming patients with a calm and soothing voice about the consequences of a bad nutrition; designated meal plans for diabetic and anorexic patients; worked along with doctors and nurses to supervise the patient's progress.
- Davenport University, Michigan.
Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics, 2003.
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