Nutritionist Wic Program

Frances O 'Malley
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


A Community or Clinical Nutritionist position to provide quality services and counseling to individuals and groups on nutritional practices designed to prevent disease and promote good health.


Possess a wealth of experience in all areas of the WIC (Women, Infant, Children), able to implement, restructure, and revive failing WIC sites. Increased recertification rates from 43.15% to 66.66%, breast feeding rate increased by 46.1% and the issuance of non-contract formula decreased from 36% to 5.86%. Train WIC staff in routine procedures. Additional abilities include:
• Coordinate the issuing of food vouchers and control their proper use.
• Oversee the acquisition, storage and distribution of supplies and equipment.
• Establish and control projects, plans, and budgets.
• Assist in screening of participants for eligibility according to federal guidelines.
• Maintain a cooperative relationship with agencies in the nutritional program.
• Direct and conduct hearings for recipients threatened with termination or discontinuance of the WIC program.
• A knowledgeable EDS end user able to provide a vast amount of functional information.
• Warm outgoing personality encourages positive interaction with vendors.
• A team player able to manage caseloads in accordance with the WIC program management plan.


WIC Administration, West Orange, New Jersey
1995 - Present
Program Director
• Plan, organize, direct and supervise six (6) WIC clinics and their operations.
• Develop and implement programs that maximize service for participants.
• Train, assign and supervise staff to provide high quality services.
• Supervise acquisition, storage and distribution of supplies and equipment.
• Prepare reports and maintain fiscal records.
• Write grant proposals.

WIC Administration, West Orange, New Jersey
1993 - 1995
• Trained and supervised nutritional staff.
• Supervised staff coverage at all satellite sites.
• Provided in-service training for in-kind dieticians.
• Managed Outreach Project.
• Performed public health nutritionist duties.

WIC Administration, West Orange, New Jersey
1989 - 1993
Clinical Public Health Nutritionist
• Assessed nutritional needs of pregnant women, infants, and children.
• Established and implemented nutritional care plans.
• Recommended a variety of food packages.
• Provided appropriate nutrition education to participants.

North Oak General Hospital, West Orange, New Jersey
1987 - 1989
Food Service Supervisor
• Recruited, trained and supervised staff.
• Assisted in purchasing food items and controlling inventory.
• Established and implemented sanitation guidelines.


Recognized by the State of New Jersey with Award of Recognition for the Dedication and Understanding of the WIC Administration.

Youth & Family Development Corporation, West Orange, New Jersey
1995 - 1996
Nutrition Consultant
• Planned four week cycle menus for preschool children in Head Start program to meet USDA guidelines.
• Trained staff in portion sizes, measuring, and sanitation.
• Conducted "How School Children Eat." workshops for parents and teachers.

Martins Business Institute, West Orange, New Jersey
1994 - 1997
Nutrition Teacher for Health Aides
Courses included Food Preparation, Methods of Cookery, Safety in the Home, Shopping.


College of St. Elizabeth, Middletown, New Jersey
Approved Preprofessional Practice Program (AP4)

University of Stamford, Stamford, Connecticut
M.S., Nutrition

Rogers University, Newton, New Jersey
B.S., Human Nutrition and Foods

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