ANNIE, ARE YOU OK? ($75,000 – $90,000)

In the late 1800’s, the body of an unidentified woman was pulled from the Seine River, in France. The drowned woman’s face had a hint of a smile – very similar to the famous painting of the Mona Lisa.

In fact, the pathologist was so incredibly smitten by the woman’s face, he made a plaster cast of it.

This death mask became extremely popular in France and was sold across the country.

A year later, a toy manufacturer was asked to create a doll to be used as a CPR mannequin.
Needing a face for the body, the toy manufacturer remembered the death mask he’d seen at his grandparents’ home.

And that is the story behind “Rescue Annie” – the face that has been ‘kissed’ millions upon millions of times!

PS: CPR, trainees are taught to ask “Annie, are you OK?” while practicing resuscitation techniques.

The chorus of Michael Jackson’s song, “’Smooth Criminal’ was, in fact, inspired by Rescue Annie!

What does this have to do with Match and Fable’s latest role?
Nothing, really.

While you’re ‘here’, Jeanne Agius is looking for a Marketing Manager to join our client’s team.



  • All activities related to conceptualizing & implementing market strategy and achieving targets
  • Develop marketing plan, strategies, tactics, and resources to achieve business objectives
  • Transform marketing function into a highly strategic asset
  • Manage creative personnel + marketing assets to deliver on-brand & consistent work products
  • Manage behavioural insights to support design, development, and implementation of messaging, services, and creative projects
  • Oversee and provide direction regarding market and competitor analysis
  • Support other business areas and programs for both acquisition and retention marketing
  • Provide leadership, direction, and management of the market research function
  • Create and manage a system to track, measure, and analyze performance
  • Ensure marketing communications are coordinated and support overall business objectives
  • Support + advise Executive Team in development of affiliations and partnership arrangements
  • Provide marketing expertise to company by developing + managing a capable marketing team
  • Collaborate and work closely with other C-suite executive team members


  • 5+ years’ experience + a demonstrated track record of accomplishments in marketing and planning roles, managing multiple talent resources, communications channels, creative projects, and organizational systems
  • University Degree in Business, Marketing, or a related field
  • Administration and Management: Knowledge of business + management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, HR modelling, leadership technique, production methods, and coordination of people and resources
  • Communications and Media: Knowledge of media production, communication + dissemination techniques and methods
  • A creative thinker and proven leader with a track record of translating thinking into action plans and results
  • Leadership and people management skills with the ability to successfully inspire, lead and scale large teams within a fast-paced environment where continuous improvement is critical


  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and a collaborative attitude
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Strong management and leadership skills
  • Ability to create, implement, and monitor plans and budgets
  • Thorough understanding of methods used to market ideas, solutions, services, and products


SALARY: $75,000 – $90,000
OTHER: benefits (100%) + life insurance + vacation +tuition reimbursement

QUALIFIED?  There are 3 things we’ll need from you;

  1. Send your resume to Jeanne Agius at
  2. Ensure subject line of your email reads; ANNIE, ARE YOU OK? – 21G22-MTCHFBL
  3. In a short email … tell Jeanne how your experience fits what we’ve outlined above.

5 HITMEN (OTE: $125,000 – $137,500)

In October 2013, a Chinese real estate developer, Tan Youhui offered a contract killer (Hitman #1) $280,000 to murder his competitor, Mr. Wei … who had recently filed a lawsuit against him.

Hitman #1 pocketed half the money and subcontracted the job to another killer (Hitman #2), for $140,000.
Hitman #2 followed suit and offered a lesser amount to Hitman #3.
Hitman #3 skimmed a chunk of that money for himself and offered even less to Hitman #4.
Hitman #4 did the same, presenting Hitman #5 with a measly 5% of the original amount ($14,000).

Hitman #5 got cold feet and contacted Mr. Wei – offering to help him fake his death.
The two men staged the murder and Hitman #5 sent the pictures to #4 who sent them to #3, and so on!

At the same time, Mr. Wei contacted the police who arrested all the hired guns, as well as the real estate developer. Tan was sentenced to 5 years and each of the hitmen received between 2 and 4 years of jail time.

What does this have to do with Match and Fable’s latest role?
Nothing really.

That said, our client is looking for a General Manager for their Protective Services Division – in the Province of Quebec. And they’re looking for someone who will get ‘the job’ done! 😉


Our client is one of North America’s premiere security companies. They help their clients mitigate risk – allowing them to focus on their core service offering.

They’re looking for a General Manager to direct the company’s Protective Services Division – in Quebec.

The GM will lead 5 direct reports, cascading to a Field-Ops contingent of nearly 500 guards!
The candidate we’re looking for must have experience in the security industry.
We’re looking for someone with personality and a “roll-up your sleeves” attitude.



  • Responsible for day-to-day management of company’s Quebec branches (Montreal + Quebec City)
  • Client relations for major logo clientele, new job startups, transitions of accounts, and employee relations
  • Regular contact with clients, proactive problem resolution, and oversight regarding daily client challenges
  • Oversee day-to-day operations of Quebec branches, specifically coaching, developing, and guiding the branch staff to perform effectively
  • Supervision of staff, ensuring company policies and procedures are in place, administer coaching and disciplinary actions, and provide support to branch staff in execution of their roles
  • P&L accountability for Protective Services division in Quebec
  • Ensure operational excellence and flawless execution in service delivery
  • Build relationships with front line staff and demonstrate a ‘hands-on’ approach


  • 5+ years in a similar, leadership position … within the security industry
  • Client is willing to entertain Operations Managers / Service Managers / Area Managers or Client Services Managers who are ready to step into this role but haven’t had the opportunity with their current employer
  • Ability to inspire a team and build consensus to promote a common goal
  • Persuasive and able to adapt communication style to both audience and situation
  • Strong critical thinking and business acumen + a high level of confidentiality
  • Excellent time management & collaborative skills


BASE SALARY: $100,000 – $110,000
BONUS: 25% of base salary
ON-TARGET EARNINGS: $125,000 – $137,500
OTHER: benefits + rrsp + car allowance


If you’re qualified for this role … the ball is in your court.

1: Email your resume to Paul Litschko at;
2: Ensure the subject line reads; 5 HITMEN – (15G22MTCHFBL)
3: Based on the job description … explain how you are a fit for this role.

WHITE WEDDING ($115,000 – $130,000)

On February 10, 1840, Queen Victoria married Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha.
The ceremony took place at St. James Palace, marking the first marriage of a reigning English Queen since Queen Mary, in 1554.

English aristocrats were outraged – but you’ll be surprised by the source of that rage.
Now, Victoria’s mother and Prince Albert’s father, happened to be brother and sister (making the couple first cousins) – but that wasn’t a big deal, at all!

The indignation was fueled by something more ominous – the bride’s audacity to wear a white wedding gown!

You see, royal wedding gowns were usually red, and the colour white symbolized mourning.
Soon after, the white wedding gown gained increasing popularity.

Sidenote: Queen Victoria wasn’t the first royal to wear a white wedding dress – that claim falls to Princess Philippa of England, in 1406 (and Mary Queen of Scots, in 1558)!

What does this have to do with Match and Fable’s latest role?
Nothing, really.

While you’re ‘here’, Jeanne Agius is looking for a Director, Digital Marketing to join our client’s Toronto team.
The role will lead a mix of direct content creation, web development, social media, and promotional activities.

The position will be responsible for 2-3 direct reports and is a fully on-site role.



  • Develop and manage the annual digital marketing strategy and plan
  • Ensure consistency across all brand touchpoints
  • Guide website feature development, website content, and merchandising across all brands
  • Strong understanding of digital development – including content and merchandising
  • Manage various platforms including social media + asset management tools
  • Define, prioritize, and implement new features and functionality across all digital assets
  • Optimize external digital platform performance – including Artsy + First Dibs
  • Identify + promote technologies to support digital growth and development
  • Manage SEO + SEM + Social Ads + AdWords
  • Format content for digital promotions including email + social advertising
  • Analyze + interpret data to measure impact and create reporting systems for brand + brand partnerships
  • Collaborate with partners to implement content including copywriting + photography + blog posts + video
  • Develop insights + strategies based on a deep understanding of our clients and competition, to drive business through web-based platforms
  • Work with sales and support teams, and internal creative team + externally with vendors, partners + clients
  • Lead digital marketing team (Performance Management + Coaching + Day-to-Day support
  • Implement Social Media strategy, ensuring alignment + consistency across platforms, including Instagram, Pinterest, Little Red Book, and WeChat
  • Consistent platform and content optimization


  • Undergraduate degree or diploma
  • 5+ years of relevant experience
  • Portfolio of writing samples
  • Demonstrated knowledge of design industry + relationships with media
  • Conversant in UX/UI
  • Strong organization and planning + proven ability to lead a team + passion for design
  • French, German, Mandarin, or another second language, an asset


SALARY: $115,000 – $130,000
OTHER: benefits (100%) + rrsp + vacation + eap + 50% discount!

QUALIFIED?  There are 3 things we’ll need from you;

  1. Send your resume to Jeanne Agius at
  2. Ensure subject line of your email reads; WHITE WEDDING – 11G22-MTCHFBL
  3. In a short email … tell Jeanne how your experience fits what we’ve outlined above.

HULKAMANIA ($94,000 – $106,000+)

On August 11, 1953, Terry Gene Bollea was born in Augusta, Georgia.
Years later, he met brothers, Jack and Jerry Brisco at a local gym.
The brothers introduced Bollea to small circuit wrestling in Southeast USA.

Eventually, Terry caught the eye of Vince McMahon Sr., (owner of the World Wrestling Federation) and McMahon offered Bollea the opportunity to join the WWF.

At 6’ 8” and weighing 303 pounds, Bollea decided to assume the stage name – “Hulk Hogan”.

Hogan won his debut match against Andre the Giant and became an instant fan favourite of wrestling fans – across the globe.

In 1984, he defeated the Iron Sheik to win the championship belt and sky-rocketed to super-stardom!

“Hulkamania” dominated the pop culture scene for much of the decade!

What does this have to do with Match and Fable’s latest role?
Well … nothing, really.

That said, Janna French is looking for a talented, Account Executive to run a little “Hulkamania” of their own … selling transportation solutions for our client, in Winnipeg!



  • Grow & develop existing share of wallet + current spend with new and existing clientele
  • Procure lasting partnerships with clientele and act as a key ambassador of the company
  • Educate and advise customers using a thorough knowledge of the domestic LTL/Intermodal marketspace including the vast competitive landscape, market challenges & trends
  • Collaborate with Operations Team to launch, enhance & maximize both new & existing business models
  • Collaborate with SDR to ensure optimal prospecting and lead generation strategies / tactics


  • 3+ years’ experience in an outside sales / territory position
  • Extensive knowledge of the current transportation logistics industry​ including, LTL + Intermodal + TL
  • Energetic and driven sales pro with impeccable time management and communication skill sets
  • Previous account management experience
  • Collaborative team player + self-motivated + ability to think “outside of the box” + sales “hunter” mindset
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite


BASE SALARY: $80,000 – $90,000
ON-TARGET VARIABLE: $14,000 – $16,000 (uncapped)
ON-TARGET EARNINGS: $94,000 – $106,000
OTHER: benefits + vacation


1: Email your resume to Janna French at;
2: Ensure the subject line reads; HULKAMANIA – 11G22MTCHFBL.
3: Based on the job description … tell Janna specifically … why you’re a fit for this role.

FLYTRAP ($110,000 – $120,000)

The Venus Flytrap is a carnivorous plant, native to North and South Carolina.
It grows to about 5 inches in diameter and each plant has about 6 stems with hinged leaves (that’s the trap).

This clever little plant lures insects with its red lining and sweet-smelling nectar.

When the insect lands inside its jaws, the plant doesn’t clamp down right away.
Only when the plant senses a second movement does its jaw snap shut.
And, on the insect’s third movement the Venus Flytrap will start to digest.

It takes between 5 and 12 days for the trap to re-open.

Sidenote: Only ~0.2% of flowering plants in the world are carnivorous (accounting for just over 600 species).
Another sidenote: the Venus Flytrap can eat a tiny frog!

What does this have to do with Match and Fable’s latest role?
Not much, really.

That said, while we’re talking about plants, Match and Fable would like to tell you about Paul Litschko’s latest mandate – a Plant Manager for our client, in Burlington!



  • As a member of the management team, the Plant Manager is responsible for planning + organizing + directing all manufacturing, maintenance, and warehouse activities.
  • Develop policies and procedures designed to improve safety + increase productivity + assure quality + reduce downtime + mitigate production discrepancies.
  • Improve processes to reduce overall costs and enhance client satisfaction, through strong leadership and decision-making skills – while boosting employee safety.


  • Bachelor’s degree in business management (or related field)
  • 10 years of supervisory experience (leading a team in industrial manufacturing)
  • Familiarity with Lean manufacturing principles
  • Knowledge of materials management, purchasing, and quality systems
  • Strong background in workplace safety leadership
  • Organized and process driven
  • Experienced with driving accountability and execution


BASE SALARY: $110,000 – $120,000
OTHER: comprehensive benefits + rrsp + vacation + eap + education assistance program


There are 3 things we’ll need from you;

  1. Please send your resume to Paul Litschko at;
  2. Ensure the subject line of your email reads FLYTRAP – 10G22MTCHFBL
  3. In a short email … please tell Paul how your experience fits what we’ve outlined above.

EXTRA EXTRA ($65,000 – $90,000)

Long ago, before the internet, television and radio, the single source of information for most people was the good old newspaper. And while we’ve all heard the saying “Extra! Extra! Read all about it” – most people don’t know how this phrase came into existence.

You see, newspapers were published daily.
And, in order to be printed, there needed to be a deadline – so publishers could send it off to the presses.

As we all know, the world doesn’t turn based on publishing schedules.
Often, major events (deaths of Presidents or declarations of war) occurred – post deadline.

As such, newspapers would publish an extra edition.
Paperboys would shout the phrase on street corners to drum-up enthusiasm and ultimately – sell more papers!

What does this have to do with Match and Fable’s latest role?
Nothing, really.

That said, Janna French has a great opportunity for a Logistics Coordinator in Edmonton or Calgary.



  • Revenue generation via impeccable customer service patterning + front-line communications
  • Utilize a “hunter” mindset to effectively find both freight & carriers
  • Work with various departments, vendors + carriers to launch, optimize and deliver on existing client needs
  • Gain a thorough understanding of the Canadian & American FTL & Heavy Haul trucking marketplace
  • Build lasting partnerships with clients + act as a key ambassador of the organization


  • 2+ years’ experience in Freight Logistics, 3PL, FL, LTL, Air, Ocean, Customs, Specialized + Over Dimensional
  • Motivated, well organized, able to work in high-pressure, ever-changing environments and effectively / collaborate with various vendors, carriers, departments
  • Strong analytical & problem-solving skill sets
  • Solid understanding of Canadian and USA geography, marketplace trends in the transportation industry
  • Effective communicative skill sets
  • Strong ability to source freight opportunities & match that freight to carriers


SALARY RANGE: $65,000 – $90,000
OTHER: benefits + vacation + rrsp


1: Email your resume to Janna French at;
2: Ensure the subject line reads; EXTRA EXTRA – (8G22MTCHFBL)
3: Based on the job description … explain how you are a fit for this role.

STICK ‘EM UP ($150,000 – $162,000)

In 1986, wanted by police for 50 armed robberies, Valerio Viccei fled Italy, and arrived in London, England. The next year, he, and his accomplice, Parvez Latif walked into the KSDC and asked to rent a safe deposit box.

Once inside the vault, the men pulled out their pistols and overpowered the bank manager and his guards. They hung a ‘closed’ sign on the front door, while they ushered a few accomplices into the bank.

Ransacking the vault, the thieves fled with an estimated £60 million (nearly $200 million (USD) by today’s standards).  Viccei then hopped on the next plane to South America – his riches in tow!

While in South America, Viccei began to yearn for the Ferrari Testarossa he had left behind in England. So, he made the decision to return to London and make arrangements to have his car shipped to his new home.

Needless to say – not the best idea he ever had.
Upon returning to the UK, he was identified and arrested – and sentenced to 22 years in jail!

Long story short, he was deported to Italy in 1992 to serve the rest of his sentence.
In April 2000, while on a day pass from prison, he met his demise – in a gunfight with police.

What does this have to do with Match and Fable’s latest role?
Nothing really!

That said, while you’re here, if you’re a Senior Operations Leader in the transportation industry, in the GTA (or open to relocating there) … Janna French wants to speak with you!



  • Develop and grow team to ensure Operations Department remains efficient & effective
  • Manage ‘on-road’ challenges + ensure all appointments are met within designated timelines
  • Responsible for hiring + management of Operations staff
  • Participate in special projects
  • Conduct annual performance appraisals for management and operational staff
  • Equipment control, including planning equipment replacement and type to maximize profitability
  • Some travel across Canada, as required
  • Continuous assessment of company reports and results + departmental goals and objectives
  • Implement changes, controls + procedures to improve quality standards + operational efficiency
  • Develop strategies and provide support to ensure operational and budgetary goals are achieved
  • Build and maintain appropriate relations with internal departments, external clients and suppliers
  • Build, coach, mentor and develop a team of top performers


  • 5+ years’ experience in a Director or Senior Operations Manager position – within transportation / logistics
  • Degree in Business or specialized knowledge acquired through school, courses, designation, or certification
  • Strong communicative & presentation skill sets
  • Proven results-driven leader with strong ability to build, motivate, train, and supervise
  • Intermodal & rail experience (PREFERRED)
  • Outstanding ability to build relationships with internal + external networks
  • High level of integrity, work ethic, strong judgement, common sense, and effective decision-making
  • Demonstrated ability to lead change (culturally) + ability to build business cases to support initiatives
  • Ability to solve complex problems + showcase experience in the development of policy and standards
  • Excellent business sense with special focus on “adding value” to team, client, and company
  • Strong ability to multi-task and adapt to rapidly changing environments/priorities
  • Advanced knowledge of software applications (Microsoft Suite + financial databases)


BASE SALARY: $125,000 – $150,000
MBO: 20% of salary
$150,000 – $162,000
OTHER: car allowance + rrsp + benefits + vacation


There are 3 things we’ll need from you;

  1. Please send your resume to Janna French at;
  2. Ensure subject line of your email reads STICK ‘EM UP – 8G22MTCHFBL
  3. In a short email … please tell Janna how your experience fits what we’ve outlined above.

SNAKE OIL ($80,000 – $85,000)

Clark Stanley was born in Abilene, Texas in 1854.

After a decade as a cowboy, he claimed he spent two years studying alongside a Hopi medicine man in Arizona. During his “apprenticeship”, Stanley claimed he was introduced to the medicinal properties of snake oil.

Stanley began peddling his own version of Snake Oil Liniment at medicine shows across America.

A consummate showman, Stanley would stand before a crowd, kill a few snakes, and mix his potion … as mesmerized onlookers opened their wallets, paying 50 cents per bottle – (about $20 in 2022).

He claimed his cure-all treated virtually anything – from headaches to arthritis to sciatica!
The “Rattlesnake King” eventually established production facilities in Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

Short story shorter, in 1917 federal investigators seized a shipment of Stanley’s concoction and found it to contain mineral oil, a fatty oil, red pepper and turpentine – and not even one single drop of snake oil!

Stanley was fined $20 for “misbranding” his product as a pain remedy and ‘slithered’ away into oblivion.

What does this have to do with Match and Fable’s latest role?
Well, nothing really.

That said, now that we have your attention, we’d like to tell you about Match and Fable’s latest role. Mate Pavkovic is looking for a Patent Clerk in Toronto. (The role is based 70% WFH).


The Patent Clerk will coordinate both internally and externally for the patent application process by:

1.  Preparing and executing clients’ instructions for patent application.
2.  Informing and coordinating next steps in the application process.

The Patent Clerk will have experience in a high-volume setting, be able to execute clients’ directives and track clients’ applications in the CIPO, WIPO, and USPTO application systems.

The Patent Clerk will be familiar with Application Data Sheets, Power of Attorney, Information Disclosure, and Assignment documents.

Additionally, the Patent Clerk will need to coordinate meetings, organize the application process for clients and company partners, open and close client files, have experience in billing and keep track of client information.



  • Prepare and file Canadian, PCT and US Applications (Convention Priority, Divisional & National Phase Entry) including Application Data Sheet, Power of Attorney, Information Disclosure Form, and Assignment Docs
  • Have experience with CIPO, WIPO, and USPTO electronic filing systems
  • Prepare office action responses to challenges that arise during prosecution of their patents
  • Process, review, report and help navigate the client through the prosecution documentation
  • Track and advise clients re: next steps, due dates, and execute the client’s instructions
  • Coordinate meetings, track e-files, open / close client files, maintain client contact information and billings
  • Advise internally about clients’ application process


  • 3+ years’ experience in a similar role – in a high-volume work environment
  • Excellent collaboration skills + ability to work independently
  • Attention to detail and working knowledge of IP docketing and billing software
  • Proficient in Microsoft Suite of products
  • Excellent communication skills both written and spoken


SALARY: $80,000 – $85,000
OTHER: health benefits + rrsp + 70% work from home + 3 weeks’ vacation


1: Email your resume to Mate Pavkovic at;
2: Ensure the subject line reads; SNAKE OIL – 7G22MTCHFBL.
3: Based on the job description, tell Mate specifically, why you’re a fit for this role.

GREAT ONE (OTE: $80,000 – $100,000)

As a 10-year-old, a boy named Wayne played for his hometown team – the Brantford Nadrofsky Steelers.

That year, he scored an astonishing 378 goals in 68 games.
That’s nearly 2 hat tricks – every game!

He would go on to play 21 seasons in his professional hockey career, compiling a stunning 2,857 points – (that’s nearly 1,000 more points than the next closest player)!

Wayne Gretzky holds more than 100 NHL records, including … the record for holding the most records!

What does this have to do with Match and Fable’s latest role?
Not much really!

That said, while you’re here, Match and Fable’s Janna French is looking for an Account Executive for her transportation industry client – and she’s looking for a “Great One”!



  • Grow share of wallet with existing portfolio of clients + secure new logo business
  • Prospect for new leads and work with Senior Account Executives to ensure leads are handled effectively
  • Achieve defined sales targets
  • Work with Operations Group to launch + optimize, new & existing business
  • Gain thorough understanding of domestic LTL / Intermodal marketplace including competitive landscape
  • Build lasting partnerships with customers and act as a key ambassador of the organization


  • Organized … with a desire for continuous learning and growth within the transportation industry
  • Ability to work with colleagues and departments to address tasks at hand
  • Able to set priorities to ensure deadlines are met and provide efficient service to clients + vendors
  • Relevant experience in a Sales position within the transportation / logistics industry
  • Strong sales hunting mindset + effective account management skill sets


BASE SALARY: $65,000 – $85,000
ON-TARGET VARIABLE: $15,000 (uncapped)
ON-TARGET EARNINGS: $80,000 – $100,000 (uncapped)
OTHER:  benefits + rrsp + 3 weeks’ vacation + car allowance

INTERESTED?  There are 3 things Match and Fable needs from you;

  1. Please send your resume to Janna French at
  2. Ensure the Subject Line of your email reads; GREAT ONE – MTCHFBL1G22
  3. In a short email, please tell Janna how your experience fits what we’ve outlined above.

FOOD FIGHT ($50,000 – $65,000)

In August 1945, a group of spectators gathered in Buñol, Spain (pop. 9,000) to enjoy the annual “Giants & Big-Heads Parade”, in the Town Square.

At some point, the spectators decided to join in on the parade.

Long story short, one of the ‘official’ participant’s Big-Head fell off, and he flew into a rage.
As there was a market stall of vegetables nearby, people started grabbing tomatoes and pelting each other with them, until local police stepped in.

The following year, several people took part in a pre-planned quarrel – bringing their own tomatoes from home. This marked the beginning to a yearly tradition that has grown to upwards of 40,000 participants!

‘La Tomatina’ has easily earned the distinction of the world’s largest food fight.
The ‘fight’ begins at 10:00am and lasts for one hour.
Approximately 150,000 tomatoes (88,000 pounds) are splattered.

PS: Surprisingly, the town of Buñol doesn’t even grow tomatoes!

What does this have to do with Match and Fable’s latest role?
Well, nothing at all.

That said, while we have your attention, Match and Fable would like to tell you about Paul Litschko’s latest role. He is looking for a Health & Safety Coordinator for our Burlington-based client!



  • Maintain awareness of amendments to Occupational Health & Safety Act and Regulations, and make recommendations for their implementation
  • Assist in conducting risk analysis, hazard analysis, and physical demand analysis
  • Monitor adherence to company safety program by all employees, visitors, and contractors
  • Assist in planning, designing, developing, implementing, and evaluating safety programs
  • Conduct safety talks + observations, physical demands + job hazard analysis + mentor employees on safety practices
  • Safety training, inspections, investigations, and audits + develop corrective and preventive actions.
  • Assist in developing policies, process, programs, standards, safe work practices and updating manuals, and training materials
  • Research, plan, organize, and conduct training programs/seminars
  • Research occupational safety information on regular basis and ensure best practices are implemented
  • Track all corrective and preventive actions and ensure that they are completed promptly
  • Assist in meeting the requirements of COR / ISO 45001 / WSIB excellence program


  • Degree and certificate -or- Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety
  • Safety designations such as CRSP or CHSC (an asset)
  • 3+ years’ experience in Occupational Health & Safety in an industrial establishment
  • Thorough knowledge and understanding of the OHSA and workers’ compensation legislation
  • Strong organizational + communication skills (both verbal and written)
  • Proficiency with database applications and administration systems, specifically Microsoft Office


BASE SALARY: $50,000 – $65,000
OTHER: benefits + rrsp + vacation + eap + education assistance program


There are 3 things we’ll need from you;

  1. Please send your resume to Paul Litschko at;
  2. Ensure the subject line of your email reads FOOD FIGHT – 1G22MTCHFBL
  3. In a short email … please tell Paul how your experience fits what we’ve outlined above.