Dublin Northwest Partnership (DNP) wish to recruit a full-time Community Food and Nutrition Worker

We are seeking to recruit a Community Nutrition Worker as part of our team to deliver
supports/services in the Dublin northwest area. Note this is not a clinical role. The post-holder will
not provide clinical, therapeutic, or nutritional interventions or care.
The Ideal candidate must have:
A minimum of a Level 8 qualification in the area of nutrition and health and must be a member of, or
eligible for membership of the Association for Nutrition (AfN) via the direct entry pathway. The
successful candidate should be able to demonstrate experience in the following:

Experience in a role that has involved health promotion and improvement. Experience in the area of health behaviour change. Experience of working collaboratively with multiple stakeholders. Have the requisite knowledge and experience to carry out the duties of the post to meet the
needs of all stakeholders. A working knowledge of key policies, strategies and plans including Sláintecare, Healthy Ireland, A Healthy Weight for Ireland-Obesity Policy and Action Plan, Healthy Food for Life. An understanding of research, evidence, and information management to inform practice,
monitor progress, and improve services. Direct personal knowledge of the community and voluntary sector. Experience in group training design and delivery.
Other Requirements:
Garda Vetting and Access to own transport
Salary: will commence at €51,528 Application Process: Applications, with cover letter and CV, must be submitted on the official
Application Form and e-mailed to june.magaharan@dublinnorthwest.ie

Please e-mail June Magaharan for an Application Form, Role Description and Person Specification. Closing date for fully completed applications is Tuesday 28th May at 12:00 noon. Late applications will not be accepted. Face to face interviews for shortlisted candidates will take place w/c the 4th June 2024
Dublin Northwest Partnership’s (DNP) core business is responding to social exclusion issues in a
defined geographic area, by promoting self-development, training, education, employment and self employment opportunities for individuals and community groups. DNP services are funded by the
Irish Government. The Sláintecare Programme is funded by the HSE as part of the Healthy Communities Initiative.