KRISTIAN - FOUNDER & CHIEF TIMEKEEPER
Kristian founded The Timekeeper at the age of 24 with a vision to improve the quality of time in the lives of young people. Out of chronic illness and an impaired immune system and body, Kristian learnt an important life lesson, the 'preciousness of time'. This led him on a journey towards holistic health and wellbeing, finding his true purpose in sharing this message with others and empowering them with wearable tools. Guided by the values of presence, connection and purpose, Kristian aims to ensure that every young person has the support and self-belief they need to discover their true purpose and enjoy a healthy, happy life. He lives by the motto “Live in the present moment”, believes 'Behind each person is a great story' and says, "Time is precious. You have the power to decide how to invest it, the impact you will have, and the lives you will change. Define your moment."
ALEX - STRATEGY & IMPACT
With a solid background in Finance and Psychology, Alex believes in the broader, sustainable impact of ethical business and social inclusion. She is driven by empathy for people, which reinforces her belief in social enterprises that are able to step up and fill the need for those marginalised. In her free time, Alex builds circuit boards for fun, volunteers her time walking dogs with RSPCA regularly and endeavours not to get her paperwork chewed up by what she deems are the cutest beings on earth.
A special mention to Harrison Grant who was the Senior Visual Designer for The Timekeeper from 2015-2016 and played a major role in the development of the brand.
Are you interested in joining our team?
Please email us at email@example.com with the subject headline "Application - [First Name Last Name]", and attach your resume, cover letter and answers to the following questions:
1. Why do you want to join The Timekeeper team?
2. What do you think is the recipe for a great social enterprise start-up?
3. What skills and value could you bring to The Timekeeper?
4. What is your time commitment (hours per week)?
5. How would you spend your first 30 days?
6. What's in it for you? Name your wants and expectations.