Seattle landmarks board seeks structural engineer

There is an opening for a structural engineer to serve on the 12-member Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board.

The board makes recommendations for designating properties as landmarks and reviews and sets conditions for all proposed physical alterations to landmarked properties.

The board is composed of two architects, two historians, a structural engineer, representatives from urban planning, real estate and finance, a Get Engaged member and three at-large members. The mayor appoints all members, subject to city council approval.

These are volunteer positions for three-year terms open to Seattle residents. Board meetings are held at 3:30 p.m. on the first and third Wednesday of each month.

Interested applicants should email a letter of interest and resume to landmarks coordinator Erin Doherty at by Monday, April 8.