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Nutrition Careers at The Emily Program

We don’t just treat eating disorders, we treat people. That’s why our teams focus on small caseloads, providing individualized treatment that addresses the physical, psychological, and emotional aspects of eating disorders. 

Our multidisciplinary approach includes nutrition services so clients can establish mindful, balanced, and sustainable relationships with food. Because we offer treatment programs for children, adolescents, and adults at all levels of care—from outpatient to residential—you’ll find a role that’s perfect for you.

Why should you work at The Emily Program?

Featured Positions

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Registered Dietitian

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Dietetic Technician

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    Work closely with clients, families, and staff to provide nutrition guidance and education as you support clients’ nutritional needs.

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Nutrition & Culinary Manager

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Program Dietitian

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    Provide nutrition therapy for clients through assessments, developing individualized care plans, and monitoring ongoing medical/nutritional conditions.

    Meet Karli, Program Dietitian

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Cook

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    Collaborate with a culinary team to maintain kitchen operations and prepare and portion food according to client needs and nutrition guidelines.

    Meet Kevin, Cook III

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      • Benefits

        We understand the importance of a well-rounded benefits package. That’s why we’re dedicated to providing a range of plans to meet your needs. For full-time positions, we offer HSA and PPO health insurance with HSA or FSA options (Blue Cross Blue Shield), dental insurance (Delta Dental), vision insurance (EyeMed), short-term and long-term disability insurance, and company-paid life insurance. Our 401(k) plan includes a voluntary pre-tax salary contribution that is available two months after your start date. We match 50% of your contribution, up to 6% of your compensation. 

        Paid time off is a crucial part of maintaining work and life balance. Our generous PTO plan accrues annually and begins with your first whole pay period. Eligible employees enjoy seven paid holidays and one floating holiday in addition to their regular PTO.

      • Equity, Diversity & Inclusion

        We believe our diversity of backgrounds, gender identities, ethnicities, and perspectives enables us to provide optimal care for our clients and a collaborative work environment. By practicing radical inclusivity, we draw on the strengths of all our employees to create a company culture that values all people. Our Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Council leads organizational efforts to deepen this culture and create space for healing and thoughtful discourse.

      • Educational Opportunities

        As a national leader in eating disorder treatment, we are committed to encouraging career growth and providing our staff with robust clinical education. That’s why we partner with the University of Minnesota Medical School and have a team dedicated to providing ongoing education with in-house continuing education credit opportunities through webinars and in-person events. We continuously work to develop new education programs like our upcoming Behavioral Health Technician certification program. 

        Are you in your first internship? Are you within hours of your licensure? We have on-the-job training to help you reach your career goals. New master’s degree therapists can accumulate hours by leading groups to earn full licensure.

      Additional resources

      • Tours

        Take a Tour of Our Locations

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        The Role of the Multidisciplinary Care Team

      • Tours

        Peace Meal Podcast

      • Jessica Allison

        Jessica Allison, Nutrition and Culinary Manager and an Outpatient Dietitian

      • Kevin Quigley

        Kevin Quigley, Kitchen Manager (Cook III)

      • Karli Alger

        Karli Alger, Program Dietitian

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        When, Why, and How to Use Meal Plans in Eating Disorder Recovery

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        Earn Continuing Education Credits through our Free Webinars


      Given the nature of the work we do in specifically treating eating disorders, applicants currently in treatment for an eating disorder, recently in recovery from an eating disorder, or in long term recovery from an eating disorder should strongly consider if they can sufficiently separate their own eating disorder struggles from those of our clients in order to effectively intervene with clients, and whether this environment is conducive to their overall wellbeing. Applicants with these histories are strongly encouraged to consult with loved ones and their health care professionals prior to applying.

      Leadership

      Leah Graves

      Leah Graves

      RDN, LDN, CERD-S, FAED

      Vice President, Nutrition and Culinary Services

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