October 15, 2019 WIC Updates
SUBEJCT 1: Nutrition Specialist Position
SUBJECT 2: wichealth.org Newsletter
JOB POSTING: Full-Time Nutritionist/Dietitian – Affinia Healthcare
SUBJECT 1: Nutrition Specialist Position. The Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS), Bureau of WIC and Nutrition Services, currently has an opening for a Nutrition Specialist. This position is located in Jefferson City. Please see the attached position blurb for additional information. Interested individuals must be eligible for the job classification of Nutrition Specialist located here. Please submit an application and resume to Dora Crawford at email@example.com by close of business on October 22, 2019.
SUBJECT 2: wichealth.org Newsletter. Please see the attached September 2019 wichealth.org newsletter. Highlights include:
New Lessons – We have some exciting news to share with you. Heading your way this November are six new lessons to add to your library:
- Be Healthy With Veggies and Fruits
- Go For Whole Grains!
- Build Strong Kids with Dairy Food
- Maximizing Food Dollars
- Making a Meal Plan
- Vaccinate Your Family
Health eKitchen – We are excited to release our new look for the Health eKitchen. Here is a little preview of what you can expect:
- All-new, mobile-friendly design with better navigation for smaller screens
- A blazing fast, all-new recipe search function and flexible recipe filters
- We now display “Total” times for each recipe as well as breakdown of prep, cook, chill, and set times
New Resources Available - To help you promote the lessons found in “Guide to Newborns for Expecting Parents,” wichealth created a promotional flyer. Please see the flyer attachment which can be also be found by logging into wichealthsupport.org under resources.
If you have any questions, please contact Jill Crossland at firstname.lastname@example.org
JOB POSTING: Full-Time Nutritionist/Dietitian – Affinia Healthcare. Affinia Healthcare has an immediate opening for a full time Nutritionist/Dietitian in the WIC program. The candidate must have graduated from an accredited four-year college or university with a Bachelor’s degree in Public Health Nutrition, Dietetics, Home Economic, or closely related field; including or supplemented by at least fifteen (15) semester hours in food and nutrition including diet therapy and community nutrition. The selected candidate will provide nutrition education to WIC eligible participants and assess their nutritional needs for certification eligibility. Resumes will be accepted by email only to email@example.com
This institution is an equal opportunity employer.