North Highlands CA 95660
- Comprehensive knowledge of diet and exercise techniques
- Consistent dedication to continuing education
- Strong knowledge of ways to avoid nutritional traps
- Very compassionate and capable of listening to patient problems and dilemmas
- Excellent communication skills
University of Illinois, Champaign, IL
Graduated with a GPA of 3.3 on a 4.0 scale
Mid-Level Professional Resume
Several years of experience in this field will net you an advantage when trying to get a job, but only if you still manage to impress potential employers with a strong resume. This resume should include both professional qualifications and past job history. Note that the dietary aide resume sample below emphasizes professional goals first, then moves to a summary of skills and finally work history.
Phone: (312) 549-8210 | [email protected]
54 Webster Drive| Chicago, IL 60290
Energetic and Communicative Dietary Aide
- Excellent meal planning skills.
- Comprehensive knowledge of nutritional plans with desire to continue learning.
- Ability to accommodate elderly and special needs patients.
- Superb organizational and attention to detail skills.
- Excellent communication skills and ability to convey the importance of proper nutrition to patients.
Dietary Aide, 3/2012 to Present
Develop nutritional guidelines and meal plans for patients. Evaluate patient medical records to determine what special requirements they may have. Communicate with healthcare professionals and registered dieticians about potential nutritional goals. Key outcomes include:
- Created and developed menus which are currently used in patient rooms at all hospital levels.
- Developed communication skills through presentations made to patient and healthcare populations.
- Reduced occurrence of allergic reactions and food-related health issues by 21%.
NORTH BAY DIETARY CONSULTANTS, Canton, OH
Dietary Aide, 10/2010 to 3/2012
Performed clinical assessments and provided dietary counseling to individuals in need of a special nutritional plan. Provided general dietary advice to customers seeking to improve vitamin intake and/or lose weight. Communicated with dieticians, administrative staff, and diverse customer population. Key outcomes included:
- Performed comprehensive nutritional reviews and developed care plans for customers.
- Provided referrals to customers who needed further medical evaluation.
- Initiated intervention program which allowed individuals who needed to discuss nutrition with family and friends a confidential venue to do so.
Associate of Science in Nutrition Sciences, 5/2010
Experienced Professional Resume
Dietary aides who have had multiple job experiences or who have had one job that lasted for many years are considered to be experienced professionals. At this stage, your dietary aide resume likely looks like a laundry list of previous work experiences, but you still need to remember to include your own personality and goals in it. Use the dietary aide sample resume provided here as a guideline when you try to strike the right balance between personal qualities and job history.
841 Jalbert Lane | Chicago, IL 60290
Home: 312.623.2413 | Cell: 312.641.4512
||Dietary Aide, Henton Community Hospital||2010-Present||Provide active supervision and coordination to food delivery and cafeteria employees within hospital structure. Identify and execute new menu selections. Ensure that patient feedback is taken into account when developing new meal options.||
||Dietary Aide, Murray Garfield National Hospital||2007-2010||Provided supervision and instruction in scheduling of meals and menu allocations. Discussed individual meal plans with patients and healthcare providers. Ensured that patients were properly informed of their nutritional needs and options prior to the introduction of a dietary change.||
||Dietary Assistant, Murray Garfield National Hospital||2007||Prepared meals for patients and ensured that good provided was fresh and properly cooked. Delivered meals to patients. Provided advice on meal planning and food orders. Remained informed of nutritional research and changes in dietary trends.||
||Associate of Science, University of Wisconsin
Graduated with an Associate Degree in Nutritional Science
Grade Point Average: 3.5 on a 4.0 scale