We love our dietitians. You’ll love them, too.


Dietitians On Demand recruits nationwide for dietitian staff in any setting: corporate, clinical and community.

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Our job opportunities for dietitians offer a flexible schedule and the opportunity to work in many different settings, including acute care, long term care, community, outpatient, renal, school nutrition, food service and more. Work as much or as little as you’d like!

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Find A Dietitian

We provide professional recruiting services for contract and permanent-hire positions.
Nationwide. On short notice. Dietitians you’ll love.

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Continuing Education
For Dietitians

Accredited by the CDR as a CPEU provider, Dietitians On Demand empowers dietitians through evidence-based webinars that are impactful, relatable and easy to understand. We make learning fun by transforming the latest research into practical skills dietitians can immediately apply to their practice.

Live Webinars On-Demand CEUs

You have been a pleasure to work with! You really came through for me when I needed you the most! Your customer service and attention to detail was GREATLY appreciated.

Stephen M.

Brookfield, Illinois

I have already spread the word to fellow RD friends about how happy I am with my decision to work with DOD. The work flexibility, open (and easy) communication with staff before and during placement along with an abundance of helpful …

Emily S., RDN, LDN

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

DOD and Janella have been very helpful. When we could not find candidates for months she was able to get me SEVERAL within a week!! She came to the rescue! thank you!

Karissa B., RD, CDE

Fresno , California

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