Public Affairs Manager
Frisinger hired for Marina Maintenance Apprentice Program
The Port of Everett is pleased to announce the hiring of a new Maintenance Apprentice for its Marina.
Matt Frisinger joined the Port of Everett on December 13, 2004, after being selected for the Port’s Marina Maintenance Apprentice 1 program.
Frisinger comes to the Port from the Lake Stevens School District, where he worked as a Journeyman mechanic for seven years. Frisinger is a certified auto and diesel mechanic, and brings experience in welding to the Port as well.
He completed both an apprenticeship welding program and an automotive electrical apprenticeship program at Everett Community College in 1993, and previously attended Sno-Isle Skills Center.
His duties as a maintenance apprentice will include; operation of marina and marine terminal equipment, performing landscape maintenance tasks and carpentry, woodworking and welding assignments, as well as others.
The Marina Maintenance Apprenticeship is in place to give employees who complete the program the opportunity to advance to the position of Maintenance Journeyman. Apprentices must become proficient in six categories of duties and responsibilities over a four-year period, and complete a satisfactory evaluation confirming such, to be considered for the advancement.
Frisinger brings many years of experience in mechanics and maintenance to the Port, and will be a great addition.
For further information, contact Marina Director Kim Buike at (425) 259-6001.