BURGER ($45,000 – $60,000)

The word ‘hamburger’ originates from the town of Hamburg in Germany.
The long and short of it goes a little something like this:

Back in the 19th-century, after trading with their counterparts in the Baltic provinces of Russia, German sailors brought back the idea of raw, shredded beef, (known today, as beef tartare).

Eventually, a local, German chef decided he’d throw in a bit of a ‘twist’ … so he cooked that beef!

And – the ‘hamburger’ was born!

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

That said, while the hamburger started in Hamburg, Germany, Janna French has a great opportunity in Vaudreuil, Quebec for an individual looking to start developing their career in the transportation industry!



  • Arrange carriers to each shipment and negotiate rates to maximize profitability
  • Track and trace shipments with selected carriers
  • Analyze markets / research for customer quoting / spot market opportunities
  • Communicate service challenges with appropriate Account Managers + Team Leads
  • Develop strong knowledge of current software tools
  • Assist in development of new business growth / client development
  • Analyze & research existing / new carrier costs


  • 1 year of experience in transportation industry (3PL preferred)
  • Motivated and ambitious self-starter with a willingness to learn
  • Career-minded + goal oriented
  • Bilingual (French/English)


BASE SALARY RANGE: $45,000 – $60,000
OTHER: benefits + vacation + rrsp


1: Email your resume to Janna French at; jfrench@matchfable.com.
2: Ensure the subject line reads; BURGER – (8D22MTCHFBL)
3:Based on the job description … explain how you are a fit for this role.  

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