BC Public Service
Ministry of Health
Senior Tele-Dietitian – Provincial Nutrition Policy
An exciting new role focused on the area of provincial nutrition policy
Salary $66,200.03 – $75,658.71 annually
HealthLink BC’s (HLBC) telehealth platform delivers high quality telehealth services across the continuum of care to health care providers and the public that positively impact the health care experience, health outcomes and the availability and use of health human resources in a way that will improve the affordability and sustainability of health care in British Columbia. HLBC’s comprehensive self-care and health system navigation services focus on quality client services to consumers and health care professionals. Core services include Navigation Services, Nursing Services, Dietitian & Physical Activity Services, www.HealthLinkBC.ca, HealthLinkBC Files, Directory Services, and the BC HealthGuide Handbook.
The Provincial Nutrition Policy Service Dietitian delivers nutrition expertise and advanced practice consultation to health providers and the public to develop awareness and adoption of nutrition regulations, policies and best practices related to healthy eating promotion and primary care nutrition across British Columbia. Service delivery channels include a combination of telephone, print, web, email, in person and approved social media channels.
Qualifications for this role include:
- Registered Dietitian, registered in good standing with the College of Dietitians of British Columbia.
- Minimum of five (5) years recent experience relevant to the Provincial Food & Nutrition Policy Service Area including a minimum of two (2) years recent relevant experience as a Registered Dietitian, including by telephone.
- Work experience in the area of clinical nutrition practice in acute care, ambulatory care, and primary care is required for the Primary Care Nutrition Policy Service.
- Significant experience in applied research and in critical appraisal of scientific literature and in writing practice guidelines, reports and public and professional resources
For more information and to apply before June 28, 2017, please go to
Attention: only applications submitted through the BC Public Service’s employment website (see link above) will be accepted.