830-AM KSDP Radio / Aleutian Peninsula Broadcasting, Inc. employs full-time and part-time staff to oversee the operation and development of the radio station. The Board hires the General Manager and he or she oversees the day to day operation of the station. Vacancies are posted locally in Sand Point, aired on the radio and posted online at www.apradio.org and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting’s Jobline.
APBI is an equal opportunity employer and maintains a drug-free workplace.
Administrative Assistant: Shalene Chebetnoy-Jackson
Hometown: Sand Point, Alaska
Joined KSDP Staff: June 2011
Previous Work Experience: Environmental Assistant, Cashier/Office Personnel, Bartender
Biography: A graduate of Mt. Edgecumbe High School, Shalene attended Eastern Washington University. She moved back to Sand Point in 2003 and has lived here ever since.
Elected: Fall 2011
KSDP Radio’s GM Office: The General Manager’s office is located just off to the side of the main office in direct view of the front door. The office has been upgraded with Duck’s Unlimited prints, an improved filing shelf, new office furniture and a fresh coat of paint.
KSDP Radio’s On-Air Studio: The station’s on-air studio was entirely rearranged and updated in spring 2010. The studio furniture was turned ninety degrees and a step running across the studio was removed to make space. The final product is a studio in which the host and one, or even two guests are able to sit facing each other while on mic. The renovation also saw the addition of a new D-75-12 Audioarts radio console from Wheatstone, as well as the introduction of microphone and monitor arms from Yellow Technology. A new commercial glass door complete with a soundproofing gel coat also replaced the standard interior, wood door to the studio.
KSDP Radio’s production studio: The production studio was completely renovated in the spring of 2010. During the renovation, custom studio furniture from DesignCraft was installed, the D-16 Audioarts radio console from Wheatstone was added and Yellow Technology microphone and monitor arms were introduced. Commercial glass doors with a soundproofing gel coat replaced doors on either side of the studio. Soundproofing foam board was also mounted on the walls.