Conrad Schultz

Nombre y apellidos: Conrad Schultz
Edad:45
Nacionalidad: South African
American Citizen: No
Pasaporte Comunitario: No
Tipo de puesto:Coach

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Executive Summary
Conrad is an accomplished, knowledgeable and versatile Sport Management Professional, offering 25 years’ extensive experience in the academic field and demonstrating expertise in the coaching and management of rugby, cricket, swimming, squash and golf. He leverages strong communication, technical and leadership skills to effectively resolve problems and he is comfortable working in fast-paced environments as part of a team or on an individual basis. He possesses the ability to take initiative and manage time effectively. His diverse skill set also covers administration, organising and planning. He considers himself a dedicated, meticulous and detail orientated individual, who always strives to deliver more than expected. He is known for building strong working relationships and he is committed to being a confident and respected member his environment.
Career History
July 2019 to Present
Boksmart Educator for the Region, Boland Rugby Union
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January 2018 to May 2019
Head of Sport, Curro Durbanville High School
 Co-opted member of the schools Senior Management team and fill the portfolio of Head of Sport
 Assist the coaches with scouting of players for the rugby, cricket, hockey and athletics programmes
 Manage and run all home sport events.
 Design, implement and manage a sports model for the school where all sports are allowed to reach their targets.
 Design and implement a communication model for all sports in the school.
 Appoint and manage all outside coaches for all sporting codes.
 Manage all financial issues surrounding sporting codes and tours.
 Design and implement the termly sport programme for all sports.
 Arrange and book all necessary internal and external transport.
 Ensure that all the weekend’s results were sent through to the various media houses for publication and to the relevant school personnel for internal publication and assembly.
 Sign off on all communication regarding sport in the school.
 Manage and ensure all sponsored garments were delivered on time, are the correct items and distributed to the correct teams and players.
 Sit in on all disciplinary hearings regarding sport.
 Manage all sporting code budgets in conjunction with the various Heads of Sporting Codes.
 In conjunction with the various Heads of Sport, arrange and manage all in and outbound tours and festivals.
 Assist on tours and at festivals where needed.
 Head Coach of the schools 1st XI cricket team. (This team only suffered 1 loss in the Western Province Northern District Saturday league during term 1 of 2019. We were also crowned Western Province Northern Districts 2019 Saturday League champions for 2019 after beating schools such as Stellenberg High, Bellville High, Fairmont High, DF Malan and a Bishops u17a team)
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 Head Coach of the schools 1st 7’s rugby team that participated in various tournaments after the 15man rugby season is completed.
 Head Coach of the Curro Disa’s u19 7’s rugby team that took part in the 2018 Curro Nationals tournament.
 Head Coach of the Curro Durbanville High School 1st XV Rugby team.
Reason for leaving: Retrenched
January 2016 to September 2017
Sports Manager, Westlake Boys High School, Auckland, New Zealand
 Ensure communication on a daily, weekly and termly basis to all staff, students and local communities
 Work closely with the Teachers in Charge to facilitate the quality of their key tasks
 Supply leadership in the development and maintenance of school sports resources
 Increase participation levels and quality of performance of all staff and students involved in sport at Westlake Boys High School
 Ensure a high quality of student’s appearance and behaviour whilst representing Westlake Boys High School
 Organise and administer the school’s holiday sports programme for current and potential students
 Sports prize giving convenor
 Organise and facilitate all sports photographs
 Promote school spirit, participation and tone
 Mentor and guide all student coaches in the correct manner of coaching
 Assist with the Sports Academy selection of new scholars
 Coach Sports Academy classes in the major sporting codes (Rugby and Cricket)
 Assistant coach of the 2nd XI cricket in 2016 (Auckland League Champions 2016)
 Head coach of the Colts XI cricket team in 2017
 Head up the Cricket Sports Academy in 2017 for selected year 9 and 10 students
 Coach a senior rugby team in 2017 but also be available to coach the coaches after completing the IRB Level 3 Coaching Course through the Auckland Blues franchise
 Head coach of the year 9 Touch Rugby teams 2016
 Teacher in Charge of Westlake Boys High School Squash for 2017
 Chief Organiser of the yearly Inter House Athletics and Swimming events. (Approximately 1600 students attend and participate in these two functions yearly)
 Head coach of the 4th Grade, weight restricted u19 age group, rugby team (2017 Auckland Grade Champions)
Reason for leaving: Returned to South Africa
2014 to 2016
Sports Manager, Paarl Gymnasium High School
 Co-opted member of the schools Governing Body and fill the portfolio of Head of Sport
 Part of the school’s daily management team, the awards committee
 Manage and ensure the workload for all sport organisers was met.
 Design, implement and manage a sports model for the school where all sports are allowed to reach their targets
 Part of the Sport Committee of the school.
 Manage the Parents’ Supporters Committees for all sporting codes
 Design and implement the termly sport programme for all sports
 Sign off on all communication regarding sport in the school
 Manage and ensure all sponsored garments were delivered on time, are the correct items and distributed to the correct teams and players
 Sit in on all disciplinary hearings regarding sport
 Organise Inter Schools, in years where relevant, and sit in on organising meetings with Paarl Boys High and Paarl Girls High in years of away fixtures
 Organise the “Big Brag” week in conjunction with the Deputy Headmaster in Charge of Sport
 Manage all sporting code budgets in conjunction with the various sport administrators
 Manage the Estate Manager and ensure that all work regarding sport was actioned and completed
 In conjunction with the various Sport Organisers, arrange and manage all in and outbound tours and festivals
 Assist on tours and at festivals where needed
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 Coach of the schools 1st 7’s rugby team that participated in various tournaments after the 15man rugby season was completed. (2014 Western Province Provincial 7’s Champions. 2 Provincial players and 3 SA Junior Commonwealth Squad members from the last group coached, 2015 Villagers Rugby Football Club 7’s Champions)
 Head of the Paarl Gymnasium Golf. Manager for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Golf teams
2008 to 2013
Head of Sport, Hillcrest High School, Durban
 High Performance Swimming Squad Coach / Assistant Coach to the Swimming Squad throughout the season – coordinating their land training and conditioning programme
 Head of Girls Touch Rugby and 1st team coach
 1st XV coach and Head of Rugby with an 89% overall 1st XV win rate, 2008 to 2012
 1st XI Coach and Head of Cricket, 2009-2011
 Cricket Coach for all teams in the 2008/09 season
 Securing all sporting code sponsors and ensuring that they are happy with their investment
 Contracting with and ensuring all outside coaches meeting requirements, and maintaining relationship between them and the School
 Coordinating an annual Sports Dinner evening for 400 students, parents and other invited guests
 Heading up the school’s Sports Department and managing the Sports Office (included three assistant Sports Officers)
 Liaising with the Head of Grounds regarding requirements for various sporting events
 Member of the School’s Sports Awards and Policies Committee
 Member of the Sports Scholarship and Interview committee, which dealt with all sports scholarships within the school
2007
U19/A Coach, Hamilton’s RFC, Cape Town
 Head Coach of the u19 age group team in their Western province League
 Assisting with the Junior Club Development Programme and coaching
2007
Sales and Marketing Agent (Western Cape), Optimum Sport, Cape Town
 Generating sales of the various sporting products offered
 Running/manning stalls at various sporting events throughout the Western Cape Schools
 Promoting our products and company amongst our target market
 Developing awareness of our products
 Selecting/maintaining the relationships with our sponsored players
2005 to 2007
Head of Sport, Penryn College, Nelspruit
 1st XV Rugby Coach
 1st XI Cricket Coach
 Senior School Boarding House master
 Developing/designing the overall College Sports Programme
 Coordinating sporting tours to various parts of South Africa with different sporting codes
 Member of the schools Executive Committee, with my responsibilities being sports and extra mural activities within the College
 Liaising with the Head of Grounds regarding requirements for various sporting events
2002 to 2004
Sports Coordinator and Head of Grounds, Eshowe High School, Zululand
2002
First Team Rugby Specialist Coach / Consultant Coach, Camps Bay High School, Cape Town
2001 to 2002
Sports Coach / Assistant Sports Administrator, Reddam House Prep, Cape Town
2000 to 2001
Head of Sport, International School of Cape Town
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1994 to 1999
Sports Coordinator (part time), Kronendal Primary School, Hout Bay
1993 to 1994
Rugby and Cricket Coach / Boardhing House Master, South African College Primary School, Cape Town
Additional Experience
 U21 assistant coach for Hamilton’s Rugby Football club, 1999 and 2000
 Shanklin Cricket Club Overseas Professional and Junior Cricket Coach, 1996 and 1997
 Warwickshire County Cricket Club Youth Coach, 1996 and 1997
 Warwickshire County Cricket Club Minor County League Player, 1996 and 1997
 Border Cricket Union Academy member, 1998 and 1999
 Health and Racket Fitness and Floor Instructor, 1994 to 1999
 Lille University (France) Professional Rugby Player, 2000
 Bassano Rugby Club (Italy) Professional Rugby Player and Junior Coach, 2001
Achievements
 Ranked Number 12 overall in KZN Squash during the 2008and2009 season and represented Kwa-Zulu Natal at the Inter Provincial Squash tournament in Cape Town, June and July 2008
 6 Handicap golfer
 Lowveld / Pumas Regional Amateur team member and captain, 2005 and 2006
 Zululand Regional team member for 2 years, 2002 to 2004
 Bassano Rugby Club youth coach and overseas professional player, 2001 and 2002
 Hamilton’s RFC 1st team member, 2000 to 2002
 Hamilton’s RFC 1st XV leading points scorer, 2001 and 2002
 Premier League player for Newton’s Cricket Club, Kraaifontein Cricket Club, Western Province Cricket Club, Tech’s Mutual Cricket Club and Boland Cavaliers cricket player
 One year as an assistant at the Sports Science Institute of South Africa’s talent identification programme
 1st League Squash player at Villagers Squash Club and Western Province Squash Club (Western Province), Eshowe Squash Club and Gillett’s Squash Club (Natal) and LVCC squash club (Mpumalanga)
 Villagers Squash, Eshowe Country Club, Zululand, Lowveld and Lowveld Country Club, Club Champions in squash
 South African Country Districts Squash Champion, 2003 to 2005
Educational Qualifications
1995 to 1999
Sport Management – Exercise Teachers Academy, Sports Science Institute of South Africa
 Elite Player Management
 Marketing
 Injury prevention and rehabilitation
1992
Grade 12 National Senior Certificate, Wynberg Boys High School
 WBHS senior rugby player, 1990,1991 and 1992,
 WBHS senior cricket player, 1990, 1991 and 1992
 1st Squash, 1989-92, Squash Captain and School Champion 1991 and 1992
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Professional Development
 Boksmart accredited educator through Boland Rugby, 2019
 Attended the New Zealand Sports Performance Conference Hosted by Palmerston Boys High School and presented by New Zealand Sport, 2017
 Attended defense training sessions with the NRL Vodafone Warriors defense coaching staff, 2017
 New Zealand Rugby Union Rugby Smart accredited coach, 2017
 New Zealand Touch Rugby Level 2 Certificate New Zealand Touch Rugby, 2016
 North Harbour Rugby 7’s Coaching Course North Harbour Rugby Union (New Zealand), 2016
 New Zealand Rugby Performance Coaching Course through Auckland Rugby Union and World Rugby, 2016
 World Rugby Level 3 coaching certificate (currently in the final phase of completing this course through New Zealand Rugby Union), 2016
 Level 1 7’s Coaching Certificate presented by the Sharks Rugby Union (South Africa) International Rugby Board, 2013
 Accredited Mediator/Arbitrator Alternative Dispute Resolution Network South Africa, 2013
 Level 4 Sharks Rugby Coaching Certificate Sharks Rugby Union (South Africa), 2012
 Joberrugby Academy (South Africa), 2010
 Jake White’s Coaching the Coaches, 2010
 Level 1 and 2 Rugby Coaching Certificates presented by the Sharks Rugby Union (South Africa), 2009
 How to Prepare to Win Coaching Course In Rugby Presented by Dick Muir through KZN / Sharks Rugby Union (South Africa), 2009
 Sports Marketing and Coaching Diploma Allenby Campus and the Exercise Teachers Academy of South Africa, 2008
 Squash Coaching Certificate Squash South Africa, 1998
 Sports Performance Diploma Exercise Teachers Academy of South Africa, 1998
 Personal Training Diploma Exercise Teachers Academy of South Africa, 1998
 Level 1 Swimming Coaching Certificate Swimming South Africa through the Sports Science Institute of South Africa, 1996
 Level 1 and 2 Rugby Coaching Certificate Western Province Rugby (South Africa), 1996
 South African Life Saving Certificate Mowbray Teachers Training College South Africa, 1995
 Level 1 and 2 Rugby Coaching Certificate Boland Rugby (South Africa), 1995
 Cape Town Teachers Training College (South Africa) 1st year completed, 1994
 Level 1 and 2 Cricket Coaching Certificate Western Province and Boland Cricket Association (South Africa), 1994
Computer Skills
 Microsoft Word
 Microsoft Excel
 Microsoft Outlook
 Microsoft PowerPoint
Personal Details
Nationality: South African
Residential Area: Paarl, Western Cape
Languages: English and Afrikaans
Drivers’ License: Yes
PDP: Yes
Availability: Immediate

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