Provide clinic support to the Intensive Pediatric Feeding Program in an ambulatory care clinic setting.
Efficiently and effectively prepares and organizes clinic rooms with appropriate equipment and supplies.
Obtains and records accurate/pertinent intake information.
Altering food texture.
Cutting food into precise bite sizes.
Pre/Post food measurements.
Restocking rooms and supplies.
Taking dishes to the kitchen in the basement of Mott to be run through the sanitizer (2-3 times per day when program is at full patient capacity).
Restocking the treatment rooms and meal prep areas.
Cleaning and turning over the rooms after each meal session (18-24 times per day for the intensive program, 6-14 times per day for the outpatient program).
Cleaning/sanitizing meal prep areas.
Contributes to a safe and secure environment for patients, visitors, faculty, and staff by following procedures and protocols as appropriate by job function.
Ability to take direction from supervisor and multiple medical clinicians, as well as work independently and efficiently in a busy environment.
Responds positively to change, showing willingness to learn new ways to accomplish work.
Communicates effectively in ways that enhance productivity and builds respectful relationships.
Demonstrates active listening, written, verbal, and information technology skills; shares relevant information.
Accomplishes work in ways that maximize productivity and available resources while minimizing waste.
Must have good attendance record.
Incorporates Michigan Medicine core values of respect, compassion, trust, integrity, efficiency and leadership into all work efforts.
Maintains productivity standards and practice effective time management.
Assists with achieving compliance with state and federal regulatory and accrediting agencies.
Contributes to quality improvement and service excellence efforts.
This is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties required of persons in this job role.
Supervision is received from the Ambulatory Care Unit Administrative Manager.
Skills, Education and Experience
Associate’s degree granted by a U.S. regionally accredited college or university.
ServSafe Certification-if not currently certified, will successfully attain certification within 90 days of hire.
Skills, Education and Experience
Bachelor of Science in Food and Nutrition.
Experience and knowledge of proper handling of food.
Knowledge of pediatric nutrition.
Highly functional abilities with technology such as e-mail, computerized ordering systems, word processing, and nutrient analysis software.
Ability to work independently in an ever-changing environment.
Knowledge of Michigan Medicine Policies and Procedures.
Experience with MiChart/Epic systems.
5 days per week/8 hour shifts. Monday - Friday
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