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Cherokee County Health and Rehabilitation Center

Dietary Manager - CDM Certified



Job Description
* Applicants MUST be CDM certified and have at least 1 year experience in Long Term Care Food Service.*

Dietary Manager is responsible for supervising the Dietary staff and managing all operations of the facility dining services including production, food storage, sales and other functions for food operations and/or other dining services while ensuring compliance with established policies and procedures.

As Dietary Manager you will coordinate with the Department Manager to help plan all aspects of providing food services for the residents, staff and visitors and administer sanitation program for dining service areas according to State Health Department regulations and Federal requirements.

All applicants must have excellent communication and managerial skills along with time management and be very well organized. Cherokee County Health and Rehabilitation Center is a 185 bed facility. You will be responsible for ensuring all residents meet their dietary needs and follow individual care plan guidelines.








About Cherokee County Health and Rehabilitation Center
Cherokee County Health and Rehabilitation Center (CCHRC) has served Cherokee County and surrounding areas since 1960. We offer a 185 skilled-bed nursing home, facility dedicated to providing quality long-term care, dementia and rehabilitative services and health care education to our residents and the citizens of Cherokee County. Located near Weiss Lake, in the heart of Cherokee County, CCHRC has well-trained, caring and dedicated staff with resident care being our top priority.


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