we are hiring!

We are excited to announce that we are seeking an enthusiastic, talented, and experienced part-time private-practice dietitian to join our wonderful and rapidly growing team.

If you are a team player, driven by best-practice and passionate about immersing yourself in new and exciting projects, please read our job listing for further details.

Title: APD, Private Practice

Position: 2-days per week, with 3-months probation and an initial 12-month contract.

Location: Sydney, Inner West

About GNC

GNC is a dynamic team of 10 dietitians. We care for clients using the latest evidence-based nutrition science. Our clients include adults and children with conditions such as obesity, diabetes, hypercholesterolaemia and other chronic health conditions, as well as those with IBS, gut issues, and eating disorders. We also manage issues affecting workers in the corporate nutrition space, such as shift work and sports nutrition.

Our mission is to change people’s lives for the better through food - by inspiring and empowering them to eat for enjoyment and a positive impact on their health.

Our team of Accredited Practising Dietitians operates via our flagship clinic in Leichhardt NSW, via telehealth direct to consumer and via telehealth to corporate workers.

Who are we looking for?

We are looking for a highly motivated APD ready to take on an exciting new challenge. The successful candidate will have excellent rapport with clients, be engaging, motivating and thrive within a dynamic environment. They will also pay attention to detail, have good time management skills and be up to date with both nutrition science and food products. The ability to fit into a small team and be willing to come up with new ideas is crucial. The ideal candidate is an excellent writer and has an interest in developing our resources in social media and e-commerce.

We will provide professional mentoring to fast track your progress in becoming a successful private practitioner.

The position is part-time including onsite work as a Private Practice Dietitian as well as telehealth work. The position requires some flexibility and has the potential for growth with the right person. It is the ideal position for someone with 12-months to 2-years experience in private practice who wants to hone their skills. You can do so in a supportive environment belonging to a passionate dietetic team long term.

What’s in it for you?

You will have the opportunity to work as part of a successful team and receive dedicated reception support for appointments and billing. You will be able to learn and develop your skills in a supportive environment and expand your counselling style and nutrition knowledge in a vast range of areas. An attractive salary package will be provided for the right person, including superannuation.


If this sounds like the opportunity for you, please email a tailored 1-page cover Letter to admin@goodnutritionco.com along with your application outlining specific examples of how you are the right person to join our team. Please include your brief curriculum vitae and provide 2 referees with contact details.

Applications close COB Friday 11th February, 2022. The successful applicant would be required to complete the Sports Nutrition course.

Job Ad Posted: 2nd February 2022.


Nicole Dynan

Nicole Dynan is the founder of The Good Nutrition Co., which she established in early 2012.

As an accredited dietitian who has consulted to – and listened to the stories of – many hundreds of people, Nicole has unique insight into the emotional drivers that help people make positive changes in their lives to better support their health and wellbeing. 

Whether she’s working with adults or children, recreational or professional sportspeople, or junior athletes and their families, she knows that no two people are the same, and that desired outcomes can only be achieved by taking a personalised approach. This means taking the time to understand the issues at hand, designing an appropriate program that includes both short- and long-term goals, and providing support along the way.

Nicole completed her Masters Research Project at the RPAH Allergy Unit in Sydney which led to a particular interest in the management of gut health and food intolerance. Her other specific areas of expertise include:

* Digestive health, including IBS and IBD

* Elimination diets and Low FODMAP diets

* Weight management and mindful / intuitive eating

* Chronic disease management, including diabetes, high cholesterol and heart health

* Sports Nutrition, including ISAK skin fold measures

Previously, Nicole has worked as the dietitian for the NSW Elite Gymnastics Boys Team and members of the NSW State Men’s Hockey Team, national level road cyclists and swimmers, and participants in the 100km Oxfam Australia Trail walker event.

Nicole is a media spokesperson for Dietitian’s Australia, an Ambassador for Dietitian Connections Gut Health Month. She has previously been a media ambassador for the CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet Online.

Nicole is the proud mother of two children and is happy to say that her love of food has rubbed off on her husband who, from time to time, has been known to cook a wicked seafood paella.


Master of Nutrition & Dietetics (University of Sydney)
Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) (University of Sydney)
Diploma of Education (University of Sydney)
Diploma of Science (University of New England)
Level 2 Accredited Wellness Coach (Wellness Coaching Australia)

Chairperson of the NSW Branch Executive Committee of the Dietitians Association of Australia (2015-2017)
Member of the Dietitians Association of Australia (Accredited Practising Dietitian and Accredited Nutritionist)
Member of Sports Dietitians Australia (Accredited Sports Dietitian)
Member of Nutrition Australia
Accredited ISAK Level 1 Anthropometrist

Media Spokesperson for the Dietitians Association of Australia


Sarah ward

Consulting for Corporate Nutrition Service.

Sarah is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian with a special interest in weight management, personal fitness and non-dieting approaches for improving health and wellbeing. She also has an interest in research dietetics having previously been involved in a nutrition based research trial at the University of Sydney and likes combining the latest research findings with a personalised nutrition solutions.

Sarah also enjoys cooking, running and playing hockey. She has training in ballet and has competed at National level cheerleading tournaments.


  • Master of Nutrition and Dietetics (University of Sydney)

  • Bachelor of Science – Food Science (Honours) (University of NSW)

  • Member of the Dietitians Association of Australia (Accredited Practising Dietitian and Accredited Nutritionist)