The Wellness Evangelist is a fearless thought leader who is passionate about our purpose, changing the way the world eats, one plate at a time. A nutrition expert, the Wellness Evangelist innovates approaches that impact how people think about making food choices. This role is our public face for health and wellness, touting Raley's unique offerings in the media, at public events and across social media. The Wellness Evangelist is eager to teach and share their nutrition expertise to embolden our 11,000 team members and propel our purpose.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Bachelor’s degree in nutrition or dietetics, plus a minimum of five (5) years experience in nutrition-related field and/or clinical, teaching, or culinary/food manufacturing environment, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Registered Dietitian required. Master’s Degree in Nutrition, Food Science or related field preferred. Fitness and exercise, stress management, and health promotion experience preferred.
Demonstrated advanced knowledge in the field of nutrition and wellness.
Knows marketing and promotion to advertise programs to the right audiences.
Knows and applies advanced concepts, practices and procedures of nutrition education programs.
Knows current industry regulations, food trends and products.
Knows customer base; ability to develop programs to serve their needs.
· ability to establish credibility as the company expert in wellness and nutrition.
· excellent communication, collaboration and presentation/public speaking skills
· excellent written and verbal skills
· proficiency in social media platform, such as: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other evolving platforms
· ability to positively represent the company in the community and relate well to different people from varied backgrounds and situations.
· ability to multi-task and work independently
· ability to be innovative and original to gain customers’ attention.
· a high standard of ethical conduct and trustworthiness.
Registered Dietitian from the American Dietetic Association.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS - Employees may occasionally experience the following physical demands for extended periods of time:
Telephone usage to communicate with internal and external customers.
Sitting; frequent sedentary work.
Viewing computer monitor and keyboarding
Walk, stand and lift/carry up to 30 pounds.
Work is performed in a normal business office environment. Frequently travels to other locations such as store sites and events.