Tim Lawson, the executive director of the Port Townsend School of Woodworking, is stepping down from his post and so the school is on the hunt for a replacement. I’ve taught a couple times at this school in Washington State, and it is one of the most gorgeous corners of the world I’ve ever visited. You can read more about my experiences there here.
It’s a special place, and it deserves a great leader. If you’re interested, here’s the official job announcement:
The Port Townsend School of Woodworking–a 501 (C3) non-profit–is actively searching for an executive director to join our team. Having become nationally recognized for our excellence in preserving and passing on traditional woodworking skills through entry- to master-level classes, we are now looking for an individual to help guide us through the next exciting phase of our development. The demand for deep craft knowledge is growing, and our facilities, staff and programs need to expand dramatically to meet the challenge. Are you (or can you help us find) this person? If so, please go online to our official Job Announcement to learn more.
If the link doesn’t work in your browser, type in: www.ptwoodschool.org/employment/
— Christopher Schwarz