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PART-TIME REGISTERED DIETITIAN NUTRITIONIST

The Registered Dietitian Nutritionist assists in the nutritional assessment and counseling of meal delivery clients, leads virtual and, when deemed safe, in-person community cooking and nutrition workshops, and ensures that home-delivered meals adhere to therapeutic goals and dietary standards. This position is 28 hours per week. 

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Reviews client medical records and nutritional status to assess client eligibility for home meal delivery program 
  • Conducts telephonic nutritional assessments and develops care plans for meal delivery clients 
  • Collaborates with referral partners and medical professionals to adjust client care plans
  • Assists with the tracking and maintenance of client paperwork for annual funder and agency audits
  • Provides nutritional counseling and responds to client concerns over the phone and in-person upon request
  • Leads virtual and in-person cooking and nutrition workshops both on-site and off-site, as needed
  • Collaborates with the Executive Chef and kitchen staff to ensure client meals are meeting set nutrition standards
  • Assists with evaluating standardized recipes, auditing client meals, and conducting quality assurance measures
  • Assists Manager of Nutrition Services in supervising and developing projects for dietetic interns

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Nutrition or related field and at least six months of clinical nutrition experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience 
  • Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
  • Bilingual speaking ability is a plus 
  • Familiarity with the latest nutritional standards, practices, and procedures
  • Experience conducting group nutrition and healthy cooking education for culturally diverse audiences
  • Ability to translate complex scientific and nutritional information into more straightforward messaging for various audiences
  • Flexible schedule for occasional evening and weekend engagements
  • Proficient in computers with knowledge of MS Office and Food Processor software
  • Skill in the effective use of the English language to read and express ideas/facts orally
  • ServSafe certification is a plus
  • Able to successfully pass a criminal background check upon hire. Community Servings is a CORI-friendly employer.

TO APPLY:
Complete an application on our online Career Center or call Human Resources at 617-752-9426.

REGISTERED DIETITIAN NUTRITIONIST

The Registered Dietitian Nutritionist assists in the nutritional assessment and counseling of meal delivery clients, leads virtual and, when deemed safe, in-person community cooking and nutrition workshops, and ensures that home-delivered meals adhere to therapeutic goals and dietary standards. It is a full-time position.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Reviews client medical records and nutritional status to assess client eligibility for home meal delivery program 
  • Conducts telephonic nutritional assessments and develops care plans for meal delivery clients 
  • Collaborates with referral partners and medical professionals to adjust client care plans
  • Assists with the tracking and maintenance of client paperwork for annual funder and agency audits
  • Provides nutritional counseling and responds to client concerns over the phone and in-person upon request
  • Leads virtual and/or in-person cooking and nutrition workshops both on-site and off-site, as needed
  • Collaborates with the Executive Chef and kitchen staff to ensure client meals are meeting set nutrition standards
  • Assists with evaluating standardized recipes, auditing client meals, and conducting quality assurance measures
  • Assists Manager of Nutrition Services in supervising and developing projects for dietetic interns

Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Nutrition or related field and at least six months of clinical nutrition experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience 
  • Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
  • Bilingual speaking ability is a plus 
  • Familiarity with the latest nutritional standards, practices, and procedures
  • Experience conducting group nutrition and healthy cooking education for culturally diverse audiences
  • Ability to translate complex scientific and nutritional information into more straightforward messaging for various audiences
  • Flexible schedule for occasional evening and weekend engagements
  • Proficient in computers with knowledge of MS Office and Food Processor software
  • Skill in the effective use of the English language to read and express ideas/facts orally
  • ServSafe certification is a plus
  • Able to successfully pass a criminal background check upon hire

TO APPLY:
Complete an application on our online Career Center or call Human Resources at 617-752-9426.

ACCOUNTING ASSISTANT

Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, the Accounting Assistant’s responsibilities include processing payroll, billing, and other accounting duties as required.

Primary Responsibilities:

Accounting

  • Assists in the preparation of routine entries for month-end closing
  • Prepares select bank reconciliations monthly
  • Assists in the preparation of schedules for year-end audit
  • Maintains finance department files in good order
  • Performs other related administrative and accounting duties as required by the Chief Financial Officer

Payroll

  • Reviews and enters all changes to employee information and changes to pay status in payroll software
  • Reviews timesheets for salaried staff and administers time clock system for hourly employees
  • Prepares payroll accurately for supervisory review and submission.
  • Enters payroll information into the general ledger.
  • Assists employees and supervisors with payroll procedures.
  • Keeps personnel files up to date and in good order

Human Resources/Benefits

  • Administers benefit enrollments and changes online
  • Arranges for timely payment of employee payroll deductions for retirement, FSA, child support, and all other deductions

Billing

  • Prepares and submits routine monthly contract billing by the second week of the following month
  • Prepares and submits non-government billing on a scheduled basis
  • Follows up collections on accounts receivable

Qualifications: 

  • Some accounting courses/certificate required. Associate’s degree in Accounting or Business Administration is preferred or equivalent relevant education and work experience and two to five years’ accounting experience
  • General knowledge of accounting principles
  • Detail-oriented individual with a high degree of accuracy while processing tasks efficiently
  • Ability to solve problems alone or with others
  • Ability to follow procedures and maintain consistency
  • Ability to manage time and meet deadlines
  • Experience and comfort with the use of a spreadsheet, accounting, and payroll software
  • Sound administrative skills and solid knowledge about general office procedures
  • Skill in interpersonal relations to ensure effective communication with a multi-cultural population
  • Bi-lingual speaking ability (e.g., Spanish) is a plus

TO APPLY:
Complete an application on our online Career Center or call Human Resources at 617-752-9426.

DELIVERY DRIVER

The Delivery Driver’s primary responsibility is the loading of our van and delivery of prepared meals to Community Servings’ clients. Shift is 8 hours per day Monday through Friday.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Obtain client bags from refrigerated units and load vans as directed.
  • Look at route sheets and establish food counts in order to load the van for meal delivery.
  • Deliver weekly bags to approximately 35 – 50 clients per day.
  • Access MapPoint program to locate new stops and produce maps.
  • Other duties may be assigned.

Qualifications:

  • A strong customer service orientation – friendly, flexible and compassionate
  • Experience in loading, map reading and food delivery
  • Experience with safety and food handling sanitation standards
  • Skill in interpersonal relations for the effective communication with a multi-cultural client and volunteer population.
  • Skill in the effective use of English language to read and express ideas/facts orally and in writing.
  • Skill in the use of personal computers.
  • Valid Massachusetts Driver’s License and a clean driving history
  • Able to successfully pass a Criminal Offender Records Inquiry (CORI) Background Check
  • Ability to read and interpret a map
  • Bi-lingual speaking ability (e.g. Spanish) is a plus.
  • High School Diploma and one to three years’ experience driving a 10,000 lb. van.

TO APPLY:
Complete an application on our online Career Center or call Human Resources at 617-752-9426.

QUALITY IMPROVEMENT INTERN

The Quality Improvement Intern will work alongside the Community Servings’ Program team to test the effectiveness of two projects that use technology to improve client retention: 

  1. The implementation of HIPAA-compliant video counseling for a select group of our clients. This role will include recruiting clients, testing the platform, and conducting a follow-up satisfaction survey. 
  2. The implementation of a web-based referral and tracking portal for a sub-set of our referral partners. This role will include recruiting and training referral partners on using the portal and following up with an evaluation survey. 

This position is a paid internship for an estimated 12 hours of work per week for roughly 12 weeks, starting in November 2020 and ending by March 2021. The rate is $15/hour. Benefits are not included as part of compensation. Specific weekdays and times are flexible, within Monday-Friday 9 am-5 pm. Remote work is possible and encouraged. Community Servings will provide a laptop for the duration of the internship. To apply, please submit a copy of your résumé and a brief statement of interest via this link: 

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Recruit existing client and referral participants for both projects
  • Create, conduct and analyze results of a satisfaction survey for clients and referral partners to assess program effectiveness and look for areas of improvement
  • Other tasks related to the quality improvement project, such as looking up records in Community Servings’ Salesforce database, data entry, or drafting presentations and memos

Qualifications:

  • Experience communicating research findings for a non-technical audience
  • Comfortable making cold calls and talking to new people 
  • Ability to explain complicated processes in a simplified way
  • Ability to use MS Excel or a similar tool to summarize information, including the use of pivot tables and charts
  • Able to create presentations with MS PowerPoint
  • Experience with survey design a plus
  • Bilingual ability is a plus

TO APPLY:
Complete an application on our online Career Center or call Human Resources at 617-752-9426.

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