>This is with the kind permission of Ellis Walentine:
If you enjoy reading our magazines, you probably would enjoy working here. We have, by all rights, a sweet setup: Our modern offices here in Cincinnati open up onto our nicely equipped cabinet shop that's filled with just about every hand and power tool a woodworker could want. Big windows. Lots of benches. About 10 routers.
We build projects in there, experiment with techniques and test tools. Then it's a short walk to our offices where we write about it for more than 200,000 readers.
If you've ever thought that you had what it takes to build woodworking projects and teach others about it, here is a rare opportunity. We have an open position for a "senior editor" here at our woodworking magazine group. You don't have to be a professional woodworker to apply. And you don't have to be a professional journalist, either.
What we need is someone as passionate about the craft as we are who can explain themself clearly to others. Interested? Check out our official job listing on our corporate site by following the link below.
Please note that the position does require you to relocate to the Cincinnati area. We are not looking to hire a remote employee. But hey, it's quite nice here.
— Christopher Schwarz