Bauman College is a vocational holistic nutrition and culinary arts school based in Sonoma County, California with locations in Penngrove and Berkeley. Since 1989, Bauman College has been the leader in the fields of holistic nutrition and culinary arts. We aim to set the standard for nutritional excellence and professional practice.
Bauman College is a non-profit organization registered as a 501(c)3 with a goal to create a sustainable culture of wellness in individuals, in the community, and in our health care delivery systems by promoting a comprehensive and integrative approach to holistic nutrition and the culinary arts.
Our employees enjoy a warm, compassionate environment with a close family atmosphere. Attire is casual but professional. Our dedicated and diverse staff are largely comprised of long-time employees who enjoy our unique environment and are committed to the public benefit goals of a non-profit.
- 403(b) Savings Plan
- Health Plan options
- Casual, close-knit work environment
- “Promote from within” philosophy
Bauman College is an equal opportunity employer.
If this sounds like a place you’d like to be a part of, we look forward to meeting you! You can find a list of our currently open positions below or submit a resume at any time for general consideration.
We are always happy to accept resumes for potential Natural Chef and Nutrition Consultant instructors. If you are interested in a teaching position, please email your resume, cover letter, and credentials to hr@baumancolleg
Location – Berkeley
Full time – 40 hours per week
The Kitchen Manager reports to the Culinary Program Director, with support from the Culinary Support Manager. The Kitchen Manger is responsible for all back of house inventory management, general organization and order of the pantry, scullery, and kitchen, as well as ordering systems and vendor management.
30-35 hours per week for approximately 6 months
20 hours per week ongoing after initial project completed
The Nutrition Curriculum Researcher/Writer/Editor (NCW) reports to the Nutrition Program Director (NPD), and is responsible for collaborating with the NPD and the Nutrition Department to identify areas where curriculum needs to be updated, to write original pieces for the curriculum, and to edit existing pieces to keep them cutting edge, factual, and peer reviewed. The NCW will maintain all curriculum materials (textbooks, workbooks, misc. nutrition articles, and lecture PowerPoints) for the BC classroom, distance learning, and community nutrition programs.