Once upon a time, 3 men who worked together at Atari, decided to start their own company.
On April 1, 1976 … they signed their partnership agreement.
Two of the men would each own 45% of the company … leaving the third man, named Ronald, with a measly 10% share.
12 days later, Ronald got “cold feet” about the venture and decided to sell his 10% stake back for $800.00.
Had he held onto his shares … today they’d would be worth $200,000,000,000.00.
That’s 200 billion! (250 million times what he sold them for).
If you haven’t figured it out already … the company was Apple.
What does this have to do with Match and Fable’s latest role?
That said, if you fit the following profile … there’s no need to have “cold feet” in applying for Match and Fable’s new role – an Executive Assistant at a law firm, in Toronto.
POSITION: EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT (CAPITAL MARKETS)
INDUSTRY: LEGAL SERVICES
Our client a prominent Canadian business law firm providing strategic legal and business advice in all areas of business law. They are located in the heart of Toronto’s financial district, and looking for an Executive Assistant (Capital Markets) … to join their team.
- Manage and prioritize calendar scheduling, including multiple time zone management, international/domestic travel arrangements and coordinate conferences
- Proof and prepare briefing materials, submissions, correspondence, and responses
- Handle highly sensitive and confidential matters relating to daily activity of the department and organization.
- Manage the onboarding of new clients
- Manage duties related to accounting and specifically accounts / billing
- 3+ years’ experience as a Corporate legal assistant or Executive Assistant.
- Successful completion of a related post-secondary program in a legal assistant or law clerk program
- Handle time pressure situations and stress of multiple demands
BASE SALARY RANGE: $60,000 – $70,000
OTHER: benefits + vacation + professional programs
INTERESTED? If so … there are 3 things we need from you;
- Send your resume to Mark Krpan at email@example.com.
- Ensure subject line of email reads; COLD FEET – 11E21MTCHFBL
- In a short email … tell Mark why you should be considered for this position.