Job Openings

by admin, September 2, 2014

Available Positions:

Collegiate and Professional Sports Positions

Texas Tech University – Assistant Sports Dietitian, Football
Performs responsible work in the development of all aspects of sports nutrition for teams and individual athletes in the Intercollegiate Athletics Department under direct supervision of the Director.  Responsibilities:  Serve as the dietitian for the men’s basketball, women’s basketball and volleyball programs. while supporting the goals and initiatives of the sports nutrition program.  Provide nutrition education and outreach to football student-athletes and staff including cooking classes, grocery store tours, social media and nutritional intervention at training table meals. Will assist with the nutrition demands around weigh-ins, lifting sessions, pre/post practice meals/snacks, pre-game and post game fueling.  Manage fueling station inside arena weight room including inventory, purchasing, and distribution. Supervision of athlete consumption of nutrition products, including meals and snacks.  Collaborate with Sports Nutrition staff and Director in budget maintenance and forecasting.  Work with sport coaches and director of operations to develop proper pre-game meals, snacks, and post-game meals.  Provide spreadsheets for maintaining the sports nutrition budget and keeping weekly records of inventory and product allotment.  Educate and evaluate athletes on maintaining a level of lean muscle body mass, body fat and muscle mass that is consistent with good health and good performance.  Work closely with the nutrition internship program in scheduling interns, volunteers and practicum students.  Maintain open, on-going communication with the Director, sport coaches, sports medicine and team physicians.  Develop and provide nutrition education presentations, demonstrations, or events on various topics related to nutrition for optimal performance.  Provide spreadsheets for maintaining the sports nutrition budget and keeping weekly records of inventory and product allotment. Ensure that fueling station is staffed with interns and the food is rotated and stocked as needed.  Comply with all NCAA, Big 12 and Texas Tech University rules, regulations and policies.  Required Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree in dietetics, food and nutrition or related field. Four years experience in dietitian work. Knowledge of nutrition; and of food preparation and diet therapy. Ability to plan, assign, and/or supervise the work of others; and to plan and evaluate nutrition care plans. Registration, Certification, or Licensure Requires registration as a Dietitian by the American Dietetic Association.  Preferred Qualifications:  Board certified CSSD, CSCS or CSCCa certifications.
Apply here: Texas Tech
Posted: 7/18/17

Texas Tech University – Sports Dietitian, Basketball & Volleyball
Performs responsible work in the development of all aspects of sports nutrition for teams and individual athletes in the Intercollegiate Athletics Department under direct supervision of the Director.  Responsibilities:  Serve as the dietitian for the men’s basketball, women’s basketball and volleyball programs. while supporting the goals and initiatives of the sports nutrition program.  Provide nutrition education and outreach to football student-athletes and staff including cooking classes, grocery store tours, social media and nutritional intervention at training table meals. Will assist with the nutrition demands around weigh-ins, lifting sessions, pre/post practice meals/snacks, pre-game and post game fueling.  Manage fueling station inside arena weight room including inventory, purchasing, and distribution. Supervision of athlete consumption of nutrition products, including meals and snacks.  Collaborate with Sports Nutrition staff and Director in budget maintenance and forecasting.  Work with sport coaches and director of operations to develop proper pre-game meals, snacks, and post-game meals.  Provide spreadsheets for maintaining the sports nutrition budget and keeping weekly records of inventory and product allotment.  Educate and evaluate athletes on maintaining a level of lean muscle body mass, body fat and muscle mass that is consistent with good health and good performance.  Work closely with the nutrition internship program in scheduling interns, volunteers and practicum students.  Maintain open, on-going communication with the Director, sport coaches, sports medicine and team physicians.  Develop and provide nutrition education presentations, demonstrations, or events on various topics related to nutrition for optimal performance.  Provide spreadsheets for maintaining the sports nutrition budget and keeping weekly records of inventory and product allotment. Ensure that fueling station is staffed with interns and the food is rotated and stocked as needed.  Comply with all NCAA, Big 12 and Texas Tech University rules, regulations and policies.  Required Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree in dietetics, food and nutrition or related field. Four years experience in dietitian work. Knowledge of nutrition; and of food preparation and diet therapy. Ability to plan, assign, and/or supervise the work of others; and to plan and evaluate nutrition care plans. Registration, Certification, or Licensure Requires registration as a Dietitian by the American Dietetic Association.  Preferred Qualifications:  Board certified CSSD, CSCS or CSCCa certifications.
Apply here:  Texas Tech
Posted: 7/18/17

Fresno State – Director of Sports Nutrition
Under direction of the Senior Associate Athletics Director/SWA and within the umbrella of Sports Medicine Services, the Director of Sports Nutrition will work closely with the Sports Medicine Staff and Strength and Conditioning Staff in supporting the athletic and nutritional goals of coaches and student-athletes. Within this collaborative group they will work to advance the overall objective of meeting the sports performance goals of all of the departments’ intercollegiate athletic teams. Essential Functions: Policy Development, education for teams, coaches and sports performance areas, nutrition management, coordinate with Sports Medicine Staff and Team Physicians, coordinate individual counseling.  Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year institution in Nutrition or related field.  Registered Dietitian (Commission on Dietetic Registration) required.  Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics (CSSD).  Minimum of two years professional experience working with college age population and collegiate student-athletes.  Ability to: Exercise professional independent judgment and discretion; Work effectively with individuals from diverse ethnic, cultural and socio-economic backgrounds and project a professional attitude.  Ability and willingness to support the diversity and equity commitments of the department.  A history of regular attendance and positive performance evaluations.  Preferred Qualifications:  Master’s degree in Nutritional Sciences or related field.  Three or more years of professional experience.  Familiarity with NCAA regulations regarding supplements and health and safety of student athletes.  Experience managing Division I Athletic Fueling Stations and Training Table Program.
Apply here:  Fresno State
Posted: 7/14/17

Madison Square Garden – Temporary Sports Assistant
The Madison Square Garden Company (MSG) is a world leader in live sports and entertainment with a portfolio of legendary sports teams, exclusive entertainment productions and celebrated venues.  MSG Sports owns and operates some of the most widely recognized sports franchises: the New York Knicks (NBA), the New York Rangers (NHL) and the New York Liberty (WNBA), along with two development league teams — the Westchester Knicks (NBADL) and the Hartford Wolf Pack (AHL).  MSG Sports also presents a broad array of world-class sporting events, including: professional boxing, college basketball, tennis, bull riding and e-gaming events.  MSG Entertainment features exclusive, original productions that include the Radio City Christmas Spectacular and New York Spectacular Starring The Radio City Rockettes.  MSG Entertainment also presents or hosts a wide variety of live entertainment offerings, including concerts, family shows and special events, in the Company’s diverse collection of iconic venues. These venues are: New York’s Madison Square Garden, The Theater at Madison Square Garden, Radio City Music Hall and Beacon Theatre; the Forum in Inglewood, California; The Chicago Theatre; and the Wang Theatre in Boston, MA.  Responsibilities:  The Sports Dietitian Assistant would provide assistance to the Teams Sports Dietitian in providing nutrition services to the 5 MSG Sports Teams.  Primary responsibilities will include assisting with menu review and development, oversight of team fueling stations, constant development and refining of nutrition education initiatives, team presentations and special projects.  In addition to assisting with the daily nutrition operations for all teams, the Sports Dietitian Assistant will provide individual and team nutrition support for Westchester Knicks and Hartford Wolfpack.  Assist in coordinating and development of education initiatives and materials utilizing a variety of platforms, including grocery store tours, cooking demonstrations, print and electronic materials.  Assist with menu review, development and logistics for team meals (includes meals on the road, on the plane, at home and training center.  Monitor Fueling Station usage and supplies and implementation of education for optimal use of station and nutrition products.  Provide direct support for individual and team nutrition education for West Chester Knicks and Hartford Wolfpack with supervision of Teams Sports Dietitian.  Assist with testing procedures and review of data (including but not limited to: sweat testing, body composition, labs and other related nutrition interventions).  Assist with supplement review, monitoring and ordering as needed.  Perform any other duties as requested by Teams Sports Dietitian.  This temporary role will be a 10-12month assignment and will not include benefits.  Qualifications:  RD or RD eligible (requires completion of approved academic coursework and internship); Ability to work independently and collaborate as a member of a team; Excellent time-management and organizational skills; Experience providing nutrition education and counseling (preferred experience with athletes); Ability to operate in highest professional standard and uphold core values of MSG.  Preferred Qualifications:  MS in Nutrition, Exercise Science and/or Culinary Nutrition background is preferred; Previous experience working in athletic environment (1-2 yrs experience preferred); CSSD (Certified Specialty in Sports Dietetics).
Apply here: Madison Square Garden
Posted: 7/14/17

West Virginia University – Assistant Sports Nutritionist
The Department of Intercollegiate Athletics at West Virginia University is seeking applications for the position of Assistant Sports Nutritionist. The position will assist the Director of Sports Nutrition in providing individual and group/team nutrition counseling and education to enhance the performance of competitive student-athletes.  In order to be successful in this position, the ideal candidate will:  Assist the Director of Sports Nutrition in assessing and analyzing dietary practices, body composition and energy balance (intake and expenditure) of student-athletes in the context of athletic performance and health; assist in coordinating and managing training table menus and catering, as well as nutrition for team travel; develop and deliver nutrition education for food service personnel operating training tables; Counsel student-athletes, in conjunction with strength and conditioning coach and athletic trainers, on optimal nutrition for exercise training, competition, recovery from exercise, weight management, hydration, immunity, disordered eating, travel and supplementation; provide personalized meal and snack plans to promote achieving short- and long-term goals for athletic performance and good health; provide medical nutritional therapy as needed to help manage or treat medical conditions; evaluate nutritional supplements, including herbal supplements, for legality, safety, quality and efficacy; monitor use of appropriate supplementation; develop and deliver nutrition education presentations, demonstrations or events on various topics related to nutrition for performance; document nutrition services provided and evaluate the effectiveness of nutrition strategies towards meeting desired outcomes. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in nutrition, exercise physiology or similar field; master’s degree preferred.  Minimum of one (1) year nutrition counseling or administration, preferably with emphasis on sports nutrition. Graduate assistant experience may be accepted.  Ability to maintain dietetic registration and continuing education requirements.  Knowledge of NCAA Division I intercollegiate athletics, and NCAA and conference guidelines, policies, rules and regulations. Ability to maintain compliance with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). Knowledge of rules and regulations of NCAA, U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), regarding banned drugs and restricted substances.
Apply here:  West Virginia
Posted: 7/7/17

Indiana University – Director of Sport Performance Nutrition
Develops, implements, and evaluates a comprehensive nutrition program designed for optimal student athlete performance, including assessment, education, and programming regarding the nutritional needs of varsity student athletes. Provides consultative services to student athletes individually or as a team, including the provision of nutritional information, meal planning, and dietary guidance. Works with sports medicine and psychology staff members to address disordered eating or other problems related to eating and/or weight; develops practical sports nutrition recommendations grounded in the latest data and industry research for performance enhancement and measure; and reports outcomes of sports performance nutrition programming. Consults with administrative, coaching, and training staff regarding the development and evaluation of all nutrition-related programs, including training table and programming in the athletics department. Additionally, provides education and guidance concerning general NCAA regulations regarding the health and safety of student athletes.  Required: Bachelor’s degree in nutrition, exercise physiology, or related field and three years of experience working as a dietitian. Must be a Registered Dietitian (RD) certified by the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) with active status and have or be eligible for Indiana licensure. Must be a Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics (CSSD) or eligibility and willingness to become certified as a CSSD. Must demonstrate a solid commitment to academic integrity, the welfare of student athletes, and full compliance with NCAA, Big Ten, and university regulations; and must be able to comply with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPPA). Demonstrated ability to accurately measure height, and body weight; assess body composition (body mass, body fat, and muscle mass); and assess and evaluate energy balance. Comprehensive knowledge and application of medical nutrition therapy, including interviewing and education techniques. Knowledge of the following: complementary medicine, ergogenic aids, and nutritional supplements, including herbal supplements; eating disorder/disordered eating signs and symptoms; measurements of resting metabolic rate, energy expenditure, VO2max, and lactate threshold; food service quality and safety procedures; and rules and regulations of athletic governing bodies (e.g., National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), regarding banned drugs and restricted substances).
Apply here:  Indiana University
Posted: 7/6/17

Purdue University –  Sports Dietitian
The Sports Dietitian provides individual and group/team nutrition counseling and education to enhance the performance of student-athletes. Primary responsibilities include counseling individuals and groups on daily nutrition for performance and health; translating the latest scientific evidence into practical sports nutrition recommendations; assisting in coordinating body composition assessments with assigned teams and interpreting the data; ordering, procurement and management of food and supplements via fueling stations, tracking and documenting outcomes of nutrition services, serving as a food and nutrition resource for coaches and trainers; providing sports nutrition education for health/wellness programs, athletic teams, and community outreach; creating menus for teams and individuals based on nutrition needs, budget, and location, and maintaining professional competency and skills required for professional practice.  Purdue University Athletics is dedicated to sports nutrition for improvement of Purdue student-athletes’ health and performance.  Required:  Bachelor’s degree in nutrition/dietetics.  Must be Registered Dietitian (RD).  One year of experience as a Registered Dietitian.  Knowledge of various behavior change strategies.  Strong (oral and written) communication skills with both individuals and groups.  Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills with ability to motivate constituents, including students, athletes, sports medicine staff, and administrators.  Strong time management and organizational skills with ability to work independently in a fast-paced, demanding environment.  Ability to work evenings/weekends and maintain a flexible work schedule. Valid Indiana driver license; ability to travel overnight to away games.  Ability to understand and adhere to University, Big Ten Conference and NCAA policies, procedures, rules and regulations.
Apply here: Purdue University
Posted: 7/6/17

Texas Sports Nutrition Sport Performance – Office Assistant
The Texas Performance Nutrition Sports Dietitian will assist the Assistant Athletics Director/Sports Dietitian in achieving the Performance Nutrition Programs mission of providing world class performance nutrition expertise and care for the student athletes at The University of Texas at Austin.  Provide individual and group nutrition education to student athletes. Utilize the nutrition care process to provide state-of-the art medical nutrition therapy. Utilize all resources for thorough assessment, including body composition results (DEXA) and nutrition analysis tools, and function as an integral part of performance and health care team. Assist in coordinating body composition assessments with assigned teams, interpreting the data, and counseling athletes on achieving and maintaining values consistent with maximizing health and performance. Assist in coordination and development of nutrition education initiatives and materials utilizing a variety of platforms, including grocery store tours, cooking demonstrations, print materials and social media. Assist in planning and ordering of pre and post-competition meals/snacks both at home and on the road for assigned sports. Assist in the management of volunteer performance nutrition students. Monitor menu implementation and fuel coaching/nutrition education initiatives at the Texas Athletics Nutrition Center (TANC). Investigate potential supplements and ensure nutrition supplement use policies and procedures are up to date and enforced. Research and analyze scientific and lay reports related to nutrition and athletic performance, translating the findings into sound advice for coaches, trainers and student athletes. Assist in management of inventory and ordering of food, supplements, and supplies. Assist in management of day to day operations of Texas Performance Nutrition, including fuel station operations and operations of facilitation of team meals. Support the mission and vision of Texas Athletics. Drives a UT or rental vehicle on campus and off.  Licenses: Class “C” Operator’s Driver’s License. Applicant selected must provide a current three year Driving Record from the current state of residence. If not currently a Texas resident, must obtain a Texas Driver’s License within 30 days after entering Texas as a new resident.  Required Qualifications:  High school graduation or GED. Ability to work a non-standard work-week and to travel with teams as assigned. Equivalent combination of relevant education and experience may be substituted as appropriate.  Preferred Qualifications:  Dietitian Nutritionist via The Commission of Dietetic Registration, or eligible. Licensed Dietitian in Texas, or upon hire. ServSafe Certification. Minimum 1 year of relevant work or sports nutrition experience. Experience working with gymnastics or pom/cheer programs. Masters Degree in sports nutrition, exercise physiology, or nutrition.
Apply here: University of Texas
Posted: 6/29/17 

NBA Lakers – Nutrition and Wellness Manager
The Manager, Nutritionist & Wellness is a key position on the Los Angeles Lakers training staff. This position reports directly to the General Manager and is tasked with supporting the wellness and health for each player to promote top performance. The Manager, Nutritionist & Wellness partners closely with the athletic trainers, strength & conditioning coaches, and team chef to ensure there is a cohesive message and players are getting the appropriate nutrition, sleep, and recovery. Must be able to work well in a team, work irregular hours, and travel overnight for extensive periods of time to all away games.  Essential Functions: Provide individualized in-game or in-practice energy systems and meal plans to maximize player performance. Maintain and monitor team guidelines on nutrition for overall health and wellness. Explain best practices for improving sleep, immunity, and mental health to ensure resilience and player longevity. Partner with team athletic trainers, strength & conditioning coaches, chef, and doctors to ensure cohesive programming and messaging to players. Serve as a resource to players on nutrition and wellness topics, providing appropriate recommendations subject to individual player needs. Effectively motivate athletes to adhere to nutrition and wellness programs outlined by team.  Attend regular meetings with training staff and management to discuss player updates.  Attend training camp, all practices, all home and away preseason, regular season and playoff game.  Keep up to date on evidence-based nutrition and wellness practices applicable to the team.  Education/Certifications:Bachelor’s degree required in Nutrition, Dietetics, Kinesiology, Exercise Science or other related field; Certifications related to the position are required and may include: Registered Dietitian (RD), Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN), Board Certified Sports Dietitian (CSSD), Certified Sports Nutritionist (CISSN), Certified Nutrition Specialist (CNS), other; CPR/AED certified; at least five years of nutritionist experience required; At least three years of experience as a sports nutritionist in competitive athletic environment required; Experience working with a basketball team or basketball players preferred.  All applicants should send their resume and cover letter to Samantha Stewart, Director of Human Resources at  [email protected].
Apply here: [email protected]
Posted: 6/28/17

University of Tennessee – Sports Nutrition Assistant
Applications will be accepted through July 7th, 2017 Start date: Anticipated start date of July 25th, 2017 Duration: 10 months. Assist the Director of Sports Nutrition and Assistant Director of Sports Nutrition with nutrition services provided to 17 Division I sports. Work as an interdisciplinary member of the Sports Nutrition staff as well as with the sports medicine team, strength and conditioning staff, sport coaches, and administrators. Responsibilities:  Assisting in the development and continuous improvement of nutrition education materials; Managing undergraduate student volunteer program; Assisting with managing, stocking, purchasing, and ordering supplies for fueling and recovery stations; Assisting with athletic dining meals & menus as well as monitoring student-athlete meals; Managing nutrition services for student-athletes and teams (as assigned) including individual counseling, team education, and body composition analysis and assessment; Assisting with social media outlets; Conducting body composition analysis and assist with data management (Bod Pod); Assisting sports dietitian with football fueling, camp, and travel; Developing and conducting cooking classes, food demos, dining hall tours and grocery store tours; Counseling athletes on dietary supplements/ergogenic aid use and banned substances; Performing dietary analysis and food journal reviews; Administrative duties as assigned. Qualifications: Dietetic Internship completion required; Tennessee state licensure required upon hire. Registered Dietitian. Working toward CSSD pathway is strongly preferred. Sports nutrition experience with a sports dietitian preferred. All applicants must be able to work a non-standard work week which may include nights, weekends and holidays. Must have a desire and ability to work in a fast-paced, intense environment. Knowledge of and compliance with specific NCAA, Southeastern Conference and institution rules as they relate to this position. Master’s degree preferred but not required.  Strong Communication (oral and written), and time management skills. Knowledge of computers and standard software applications (especially Microsoft Office). Creative thinking and problem-solving skills, ability to think outside of the box. Knowledge of sports nutrition, medical nutrition therapy, and motivational interviewing. Ability to work in a team environment, and be a team player. Application Requirements: Submit a cover letter and resume, as well as the contact information and professional title for three (3) professional references to: Stephanie Horvath [email protected]
Apply here: [email protected]
Post: 6/28/17

Appalachian State – Director of Performance Nutrition
This is a full time appointment managing all aspects of performance nutrition for assigned teams.  Plan and implement all competition meals, sideline / pregame, half time and postgame meals.  Plan and optimize team nutrition budgets for each assigned team for optimal nutrition benefits.  Collaborate with administrative, coaching, and support staff to enhance performance and well being of student athletes.  Provide individual and team nutrition education and counseling to enhance the performance of the student athlete during pre-season, in-season, and post-season.  Analyze and evaluate lab values, counsel at risk athletes, and manage all dietary supplements.  Communicate with compliance staff on deregulation implementation.  Supervise, train, and mentor nutrition student workers.  Manage nutrition stations at various locations for assigned teams.  Plan menus for training table, brunch, and camp meals.  Organize cooking demos for assigned teams. Develop education materials for all athletes. Knowledge: Must have completed a Bachelor’s of Science in Nutrition, Be a Registered Dietitian or RD Eligible. Preferred Qualifications: Highly prefer 1-3 years of previous experience in the collegiate sports environment.  Experience working with a diverse population and understanding of multicultural issues.  Basic knowledge of NCAA division 1 policies and procedures.  Ability to work a non-standard work week and holidays.
Apply here: Appalachian State
Posted: 6/28/17

NC State – Assistant Director of Sports Nutrition
The Assistant Director will work directly under the supervision of the Director of Sports Nutrition.  The Assistant Director will collaborate with the Director of Sports Nutrition in planning, implementation, evaluation and management of the sports nutrition department and services provided to the student-athletes representing all intercollegiate athletic teams.  Duties include but are not limited to:  assessing and counseling student-athletes; serve as an expert in sports nutrition; performing the duties necessary to support the goals and objectives of the sports nutrition department.
Apply here: NC State
Posted: 6/28/17

Florida State – Assistant Sports Nutritionist
Assess nutritional status and dietary habits of student athletes. Provide meal plans or other nutritional guidance for student athletes based on nutritional deficits or specific performance goals. Purchase, store, and distribute nutrition products to student athletes.  Measure, interpret, and effectively communicate body composition results to athletes, support staff, and coaches while adhering to the confidentiality policies set forth by the department. Provide individual and team education. Create and deliver nutrition education materials through various mediums. Plan and execute special events such as grocery shopping trips and cooking classes.  Assist in the training and mentoring of nutrition student volunteers and interns.  Qualifications:  A Bachelor’s degree in clinical nutrition, dietetics, or another related area and three years relevant experience with at least one year experience in collegiate sports nutrition. Registered Dietitian (RD) in good standing with the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics with completion of didactic program in dietetics and supervised practice program approved by the Commission on Accreditation for Dietetics Education (CADE). Licensed dietitian in the State of Florida, or ability to obtain licensure within the first 60 days of hire. Experience counseling clients on nutrition, exercise, and weight management. Experience assessing and analyzing dietary practices for athletes. Ability to work a flexible schedule and travel out of town. Knowledge of and ability to interpret and apply NCAA rules and regulations.
Apply here: Florida State
Posted: 6/28/17


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Graduate Assistant, Internship and Fellowship Positions

University of North Carolina – Football Sports Nutrition Performance Intern
Actively participate as a member of the UNC Sports Nutrition staff.  Serve as a member of the Campus Health Eating Disorder Treatment Team and Athlete Eating Disorder Treatment Team .  Manage product inventory: includes receiving, storing, and distribution for football fueling station.  Staff Olympic sport fueling station, monitor student-athlete usage, appropriately field nutrition-related questions.  Assist sports dietitians with Game Day duties for football which includes pre-game, half time nutrition, and post game fueling. Travel may be involved as well.  Develop educational materials and team talks for athletes and peers.  Provide one on one counseling to varsity athletes. Also assist in food sampling and cooking demo events.  Perform grocery store and dining hall tours with football players. Will also have 10-12 hours a week in football meal checking.  Assist in micronutrient testing protocols.  Conduct and assist with body composition testing (Bod Pod and DEXA) and hydration testing (refractometer). Will also assist Sports RD with body comp pictures.  Assist in the management of UNC Sports Nutrition social media accounts.  Examine and translate scientific research related to nutrition, athletic performance and dietary supplements.  Supervise and delegate tasks to volunteer student interns.  Perform various administrative duties. Perform additional tasks as assigned by the sports nutrition staff.  Requirements:  Graduation from a four year college or university with a bachelor’s degree in foods and nutrition dietetics or public health nutrition; or completion of an ADA Dietetic internship with ADA Commission.  Registered Dietitian preferred.
Apply here: University of North Carolina
Posted: 7/14/17

University of Florida – Sports Nutrition Intern
This is an unpaid internship opportunity for a nutrition and dietetic student, or similar health professional career path to gain hands on experience in a high performing university sports nutrition program.  Responsibilities:  In this position, you will assist the Director, Performance Dietitians, Coordinator, and Sport Nutrition Assistant in executing the Fueling Gator program, which will include:  Transporting fueling products to Gator Fueling Stations, dispensing Fueling Station products to student-athletes, and inventory monitoring (70% of time). Assisting in developing and/or modifying educational handouts and menus.  Assisting the sports dietitians with other projects based on intern interests and department needs.  Education: Current senior student enrolled in an ACEND accredited dietetic program, or graduate student in a nutrition or related field.  Dates: This position will run from July 31, 2017-December 31, 2017.  Position is open until filled. Please submit the following to [email protected]:  Cover letter describing your goal in seeking this opportunity, resume, list of 3 references.
Apply here: [email protected]
Posted: 7/14/17

Florida State – Sports Dietitian Intern
Florida State University is seeking a Sports Dietitian Intern.  This position will assist in the provision of optimal nutrition services to student athletes within the athletic department. Responsibilities: Assess nutritional status and dietary habits of student athletes; Provide meal plans or other nutritional guidance for student athletes based on nutritional deficits or specific performance goals; Provide individual and team education; Measure body composition results to athletes; Create and deliver nutrition education materials through various mediums; Plan and execute special events such as grocery shopping trips and cooking classes; Other duties as assigned.  Minimum Qualifications:  Ability to lift and carry minimum of 25lbs; Willingness to work non-standard hours including early mornings, evenings, weekends and holidays; Ability to problem solve and work independently; Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition, Dietetics or another related field; Completion of a didactic program in dietetics approved by the Commission on Accreditation for Dietetics Education (CADE); Registered Dietitian (RD) credentialed and in good standing with the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics; Licensed dietitian in the state of Florida within the first 60 days of hire; Understanding of NCAA and ACC Rules and Regulations.  Preferred Qualifications: Master’s degree in nutrition, exercise science or related field; 1+ year(s) experience in sports nutrition field; Experience with DEXA.  Please send resumes and cover letters to me at [email protected] and please put FSU RD Intern in the subject line.
Apply here: [email protected]
Posted: 6/22/17

 


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