Seattle Design Commission looking for licensed architect and professional engineer to advise city design of capital facilities

by | Oct 10, 2017

The Seattle Design Commission is looking for a licensed architect and a professional engineer to join the commission for a two-year term that begins in March.

The Seattle Design Commission provides advice to the Mayor and City Council on the design of capital facilities (parks, community centers, fire station, police stations, etc.) and projects that have a significant impact on streets. The commission meets during the day on the 1st and third Thursday of the month.

Letters of interest with a resume are due Dec. 1. For more information, check the Seattle Design Commission website.

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