Marine mechanics runs deep in the blood of the Knott family. Mike’s grandpa owned a boat shop in Hope, Idaho and his dad owned a shop in Sand Point, Idaho, so you can say that Mike grew up on the shop floor.
During his time at Mill Bay Marine, Mike has earned a reputation for being one of the best in the business. He is passionate about getting boats running smoothly. He strives to deliver service that not only meets, but exceeds, your expectations.
Mike is also a volunteer firefighter with the Manson Fire Department. He has been firefighting since he was 18-years old, so you could say protecting his community is a top priority.
In his spare time, Mike loves getting out on the water in his own boat. After long days at Mill Bay Marine and the Fire Department, do not be surprised if you run into him out on the lake with his fishing pole in the water.
Are you a high school or college student? Have you ever dreamed of spending the summer working on boats in paradise? Mill Bay Marine has an immediate opening for a summer intern responsible for delivering outstanding customer service. You will be a Jack or Jill-of-all trades, doing whatever is needed to help keep the place running smoothly. Whether you are helping in the office or outside detailing a boat, you must be able to work hard and take initiative. The ability to remain calm under pressure and an award-winning personality wouldn’t hurt either. Sound interesting? Please fill out an application today!
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