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Estimated Pay $16 per hour
Hours Full-time, Part-time
Location Fresno, California

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Clinica Sierra Vista is excited to be one of the largest Federally Qualified Health Centers in the Nation! We’re honored to serve the men and women of the fields. We also offer care and support to the inner city, the rural and isolated, those of low, moderate, and fixed incomes, and families from an array of cultural backgrounds who speak several languages. We don’t inquire about immigration status because we simply don’t need to know. If you come to us, we will treat you like any other patient.

As we grow our team, we are looking for individuals who believe the patient is always #1.

Why work for us?

  • Competitive pay which matches your abilities and experience
  • Health coverage for you and your family
  • Generous number of vacation days per year
  • A robust wellness plan and health club discounts
  • Continuing education assistance to grow and further your talents
  • 403(B) plan with company matching

Intrigued? We’d love to hear from you! Please review the job details below and then click “apply.”

We're looking for someone to join our team as an Assistant Program Director - Nutrition who:

The Assistant Program Director is a member of the Nutrition Services administration team. The Assistant Program Director assists the Program Director in planning, organizing, developing and conducting nutrition services in the context of the WIC program to reduce the risks associated with nutritional deficiencies. The Assistant Program Director works under the leadership of the Program Director.


Essential Functions:

1. Provides quality customer service to participants and team members with an attitude of helpfulness, dignity and respect.

2. Provides administrative guidance to WIC staff in absence of Program Director.

3. Assesses the abilities of administration support staff member on an on-going basis and complete her/his performance evaluation at regular intervals.

4. Coordinates the development of policies, procedures and standards related to patient care.

5. Provides staff training as needed to foster ongoing growth and development and answer any questions related to WIC and CSV policies and procedures.

6. Participates in staff meetings and program planning.

7. Manages grants and other programs (i.e. Sweet Success) as assigned.

8. Actively participates in the hiring process.

9. Assists agency staff in identifying, organizing and preparing documents related to cases of fraud for review and follow up by the State WIC Branch’s Program Integrity Unit.

10. Prepares and submits required records and reports as needed, including CQI and other WIC Wise based reports.

11. Assists WIC Director with State WIC communications.

12. Conducts regular workgroup meetings.

13. Studies methods of improving work measurements or performance standards.

14. Regularly participates on committees (i.e. CSV, WIC, State or Community).

15. Works at multiple sites as needed.

16. Provides education and support of breastfeeding and promote a breastfeeding friendly environment.

17. Maintains current knowledge base for standards and practices in the nutrition profession.

18. Complies with established Clinica Sierra Vista and WIC policies.

19. Maintains confidentiality and security at all times.

20. Is committed to the mission of Clinica Sierra Vista and the WIC Program.


You'll be successful with the following qualifications:

1. Bachelor’s degree in nutrition or dietetics required.

2. Registered Dietitian required.

3. Master’s degree preferred.

4. Minimum one year’s work experience with WIC, preferred.

5. Experience with grant management, desirable.

6. Willingness to learn WIC Wise and WRAD reporting software

7. Knowledge of Windows and word processing applications.

8. Valid California driver’s license and current automobile insurance.

9. Precise and conscientious about details.

10. Excellent communication skills.

11. Ability to handle multiple tasks well.

12. Ability to work well independently and with others.

13. Ability to follow directions, learn new skills and meet deadlines.

14. Bilingual ability (English/Spanish) desirable.