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Journal of the Korean Society of Food Science and Nutrition 2014; 43(6): 943-954

Published online June 30, 2014

Copyright © The Korean Society of Food Science and Nutrition.

Job Satisfaction and Engagement of School Food Service Dietitians and Nutrition Teachers in Chungbuk

Joon Young Kim1 and Young Eun Lee2

1Graduate School of Education and 2Dept. of Food and Nutrition, Chungbuk National University, Chungbuk 361-763, Korea

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The purpose of this study was to gather basic data and measure job satisfaction and job engagement of dietitians and nutrition teachers in Chungbuk area. This study was conducted on 20 August, 2010. Out of 336 questionnaires, 266 were completed and made available for the purpose of statistical evaluation. As the main results, job satisfaction was classified into eight categories: task, wage, policies related to tasks, professional growth, promotion, relationships with colleagues, working environment, and supervision. In the case of wage, promotion, and policies related to tasks, the average scores of job satisfaction were around 2 points out of 5. Dietitians' job satisfaction levels according to employment type and school type significantly differed. In terms of job involvement and organizational commitment, average scores were 3.53 points and 3.12 points respectively. The survey showed significantly different results for job involvement and organizational commitment, depending on employment type, school type, and status as chef in charge or trainee. Dietitians working in elementary schools, as chef in charge, or with permanent employment showed higher job involvement and organizational commitment. Furthermore, there was a significantly positive correlation between factors such as task, wage, promotion, relationships with colleagues, supervision, work environment, policies related to tasks, professional growth, and job satisfaction.

Keywords: job satisfaction, engagement, school, foodservice, dietitian

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Journal of the Korean Society of Food Science and Nutrition 2014; 43(6): 943-954

Published online June 30, 2014

Copyright © The Korean Society of Food Science and Nutrition.

충북지역 학교급식 영양(교)사의 직무만족 및 몰입도

Job Satisfaction and Engagement of School Food Service Dietitians and Nutrition Teachers in Chungbuk

Joon Young Kim*1 and Young Eun Lee*2

*1Graduate School of Education and *2Dept. of Food and Nutrition, Chungbuk National University, Chungbuk 361-763, Korea

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to gather basic data and measure job satisfaction and job engagement of dietitians and nutrition teachers in Chungbuk area. This study was conducted on 20 August, 2010. Out of 336 questionnaires, 266 were completed and made available for the purpose of statistical evaluation. As the main results, job satisfaction was classified into eight categories: task, wage, policies related to tasks, professional growth, promotion, relationships with colleagues, working environment, and supervision. In the case of wage, promotion, and policies related to tasks, the average scores of job satisfaction were around 2 points out of 5. Dietitians' job satisfaction levels according to employment type and school type significantly differed. In terms of job involvement and organizational commitment, average scores were 3.53 points and 3.12 points respectively. The survey showed significantly different results for job involvement and organizational commitment, depending on employment type, school type, and status as chef in charge or trainee. Dietitians working in elementary schools, as chef in charge, or with permanent employment showed higher job involvement and organizational commitment. Furthermore, there was a significantly positive correlation between factors such as task, wage, promotion, relationships with colleagues, supervision, work environment, policies related to tasks, professional growth, and job satisfaction.

Keywords: job satisfaction, engagement, school, foodservice, dietitian