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REGIONAL COORDINATOR CONTRACT
DATE OF POSTING: September 26th, 2022
EVENT: Wisconsin Academic Decathlon Regional Competition, UW – Eau Claire Barron Campus
TIME COMMITMENT: Approximately 60-85 hours annually, within September – January
PAYMENT: $1,900 Stipend (Consultant contract issued each September)
CONTACT: Amanda Albrecht, State Director (920) 676-6683 email@example.com
Wisconsin Academic Decathlon (WIAD) provides an extra-curricular scholastic opportunity to the high
school students of Wisconsin. Headquartered in Green Bay, the program enters a new season this fall
with support through CESA 7 and sponsored through private donations and school entry fees.
Wisconsin is ranked fourth largest in Academic Decathlon participation nationwide.
Registered teams, of nine students each, compete in 10 academic subjects, while vying for individual
and team awards. From the state-wide qualifying round in November, 50 teams advance to the
Regional Competitions. Twelve teams are assigned to each of the five Regional sites. *The UW-Eau
Claire Barron campus is host to the 10 qualifying high schools in Northwest Wisconsin each January.
The top 20 Wisconsin teams, following Regional Competition, will proceed to the State Competition in
The Regional Coordinator (RC) is responsible for executing the annual UW-Eau Claire Barron campus
Regional Competition as set forth by the WIAD staff (scheduled on January 6, 2023 this season). The
RC should reside in the Barron/Eau Claire area for the solicitation of local volunteers and proximity to
the event. This is a working consultant’s position.
1. Communicate with the UW-EC Barron staff for facility reservations, catering, clean up, parking,
2. Solicit and manage all volunteers (60-70); assign as judges for rating essays, interviews &
speeches and test proctors to monitor the students and oversee current scoring personnel.
3. Engage in relevant and timely electronic and in-person dialogue with coaches and volunteers.
4. Operate within the WIAD budget for miscellaneous costs (supplies, copies, postage, mileage,
etc.), team/volunteer lunch and refreshments, as directly related to the Competition.
5. Perform all necessary procedures in a professional manner to ensure a competently run event.
6. Conclude the event with appropriate thank you letters, expense report and summary.
● Possess a home/office computer and have proficiency in Google Suite.
● Be self – motivated and a persuasive communicator with professional networking knowledge.
● Supervisory experience required; college degree preferred, or equivalent experience.