Granite Belt Support Services is a local non-profit, non-government organisation that has been in the Stanthorpe/Warwick/Tenterfield region for nearly 30 years, providing support and multidisciplinary allied health services to children, adults and their families. It is a registered Service Provider under the NDIS.

We are looking for an Accredited Practicing Dietitian who is passionate about delivering services to individuals with a varied caseload including children, adults and people living with a disability. Delivery of services is in person, in the home and online.

This position is a four-month maternity leave contract with flexible work arrangements. New graduates are welcome to apply. Regular supervision will be provided by an experienced Dietitian.

Our benefits

  • Ongoing clinical mentoring and supervision from Senior Therapists
  • Working within a collaborative, multidisciplinary team
  • Positive and inclusive work environment
  • Flexible work options
  • Interesting and varied caseload
  • Friendly team and manager
  • Support provided with finding accommodation


  • Delivery of Dietitian services to those who require support with a broad client range, with varying needs
  • Promoting the importance of early intervention and its role in preventing long-term issues
  • Establishing and maintaining positive working relationships with clients, families, team members and key stakeholders
  • Caseload management, prioritising needs and client record-keeping and reporting
  • Working effectively both independently and collaboratively

Essential qualifications and experience for this role

  • Tertiary qualifications in Dietetics (Bachelor degree or Masters)
  • Current member of Dietitians Australia

Desirable qualifications and experience

  • Current C Class Queensland Drivers Licence
  • Current First Aid & CPR
  • NDIS Worker Screening
  • Criminal History Screening (Yellow Card)
  • Current Professional Indemnity Insurance

Key selection criteria

Clinical practice

  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience in the assessment, intervention and evaluation of nutritional interventions for people with a variety of disabilities
  • Sound medical nutrition knowledge and implementation
  • Demonstrated understanding of people experiencing mental health conditions

Communication/team participation

  • Demonstrated effective interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills necessary for good working relationships and client care
  • Demonstrated ability to function as an effective member of a multidisciplinary team

Work management

  • Demonstrated commitment to ongoing professional development and ability to share knowledge and skills
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and to appropriately manage time and workload


Applicants are to submit a brief resume with two referees; and a maximum 2 page written response outlining your suitability for the role addressing the key selection criteria.

Please email your application to Chris Macnamara at

Enquiries can be made by email to or by phone on 07 4681 3020.


End of November, 2021