[Asis-l] Job Posting / Technical Information Specialist / Washington, D.C.
srichards at lac-group.com
Wed Dec 16 15:30:55 EST 2015
Apologies for the cross postings . . . . .
LAC Group is seeking a qualified candidate to work as a Technical Information Specialist specializing in Childhood Nutrition for a major Federal agency in the Washington, DC area. The Specialist will search for and identify new food and nutrition related resources, ensure the quality and accuracy of web content, and manage list-serves and social media accounts relating to the topic. He/She will also provide information and respond to inquiries from nutrition experts, and help to promote the use of the web portal and applications. The Specialist will also help in developing new information products in nutrition.
* Must be a Registered Dietitian
* Bachelor and/or Masters in Nutrition or related field
* Background in childhood nutrition including a knowledge of the current state of research and resources relevant to the topic
* General knowledge of food and nutrition, with preferred emphasis in child nutrition
* Strong background in Information Technology including content management systems for maintaining web content
* Knowledge of social media, including writing for the web.
* At least 3-5 years of experience in the field of nutrition.
* Knowledge of a wide range of techniques, methods and sources for researching food and nutrition information
* Ability to work with clients from a diverse background
* Excellent written and oral communication skills; ability to express complex scientific ideas in clear, easy to understand language.
For immediate consideration, please apply at: http://goo.gl/s98S4Z
LAC Group is a premier provider of recruiting and consultancy services for information professionals at U.S. and global organizations including Fortune 100 companies, law firms, pharmaceutical companies, large academic institutions, National Libraries and prominent government agencies.
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