9 May 2024

School Network Staff CRBOCES CTE “EPIC” Pathways Coach

Colorado River BOCES
 Glenwood Springs, Garfield County, Colorado, United States

Job Description

CRBOCES CTE “EPIC” Pathways Coach

Engaging and FUN opportunity to collaborate with an innovative EPIC team of experienced and dedicated educators who are creating the future of CTE opportunities for students who will contribute to the next generation workforce.

Job Duties

Acronyms Defined:

CRBOCES:  Colorado River Board Of Cooperative Educational Services

EPIC: Educational Pathways to Innovative Careers

CTE: Career Technical Education


  • Posted now and open until filled
  • Start date: August, 2024
  • CTE “EPIC” Pathways Coach 
  • Supervisor: CRBOCES CTE “EPIC” Director 
  • Salary part-time and full-time options: Part time (25k to 35K), Full time (55K to 65K) plus benefits
  • School Year Contract, est. 10 months (Aug-May), salary & benefit distribution over 12 months
  • Grant funded: year to year

Job Title: Career & Technical Education (CTE) “EPIC” Pathways Coach

The Colorado River BOCES is seeking a highly motivated and dedicated CTE Pathways Coach to lead and support the development, implementation, and coordination of the CRBOCES’ Career Technical Education (CTE) “EPIC” programs. The Pathways Coach will work closely with the CRBOCES EPIC Director and Coordinator and will be responsible for establishing a strong CTE student and staff culture, providing leadership for all programmatic and curricular decisions regarding CTE programs, and serving as an industry liaison for related industry fields. The position is funded annually based upon the Garfield County Commissioners’ Budget approval.  Preference is given to candidates eligible to obtain a CO Teacher’s License with a CTE endorsement or a Master’s degree in Education and CTE experience.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Collaboration with partnering school districts and their CTE “point people” to enhance and improve CTE opportunities for students and teachers.
  • Supporting Perkins and CTA (Career and Technical Act) reporting
  • Provides leadership in the development, implementation, and coordination of the school’s and CRBOCES CTE Pathways Programs.
  • Responsible for establishing a strong CTE student and staff culture.
  • Provides instructional coaching for students in the CTE program.
  • Supports work-based learning (WBL) on a day-to-day basis.
  • Supports professional development of school staff and site visits.
  • Studies, evaluates, and, as appropriate, recommends to the school and district leadership the adoption of new instructional offerings within related industry fields.
  • Provides assistance as requested in district and grant reporting on CTE student outcomes.
  • Fosters relationships with industry and higher education experts in order to revise and evaluate current programmatic offerings.
  • Coordinates activities of School Advisory Partners.
  • Supports the creation and coordination of school-based Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs).
  • Develops and oversees industry relationships to facilitate placement of students into internships, job shadows, and mentorships.
  • Assists with development and integration of concurrent enrollment options into CTE pathways.
  • Plans and executes parent and community information events for CTE Pathways.
  • Accountability for program expenditures, supplies, and equipment.
  • Ensures student and staff safety in the program.
  • Supports advertising, public relations, and marketing of CTE programs.
  • Performs other related duties, including special projects, as assigned.

The CTE Pathways Coach will also create and expand current and new internships and work-based learning opportunities; lead and support students with the communication and connections required to successfully provide work-based learning opportunities; identify and modify current work-based learning policies between the schools, their districts, and CRBOCES; and identify and clarify high school credits associated with work-based learning including crosswalks between core subjects and CTE pathways.

The successful candidate will have experience in high school teaching, CTE, and work-based learning. Additionally, the CTE Pathways Coach must have excellent communication skills and the ability to build student awareness and engagement with EPIC pathways, support staff, and parent awareness of these opportunities for their students.

For more information about this position, EPIC and the CRBOCES click on these links:

Or contact Dr. Scott Cooper, EPIC Director at 

Complete your application and submit documents here:

Thank you for your interest in supporting EPIC opportunities for students!


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How to Apply

Contact Dr. Scott Cooper, EPIC Director at  Complete your application and submit documents here: Thank you for your interest in supporting EPIC opportunities for students!

Bureaus: Colorado. Job Categories: Full-Time. Job Types: School Network Staff. Salaries: 60,000 - 80,000.

Job expires in 9 days.