THE ‘CANDY FROM A BABY’ ROLE (OTE: $75,000 – $80,000)


Most sales people have worked for companies offering products or services that really aren’t much different than those their competitors are pushing.

As a sales professional … it’s incredibly frustrating trying to sell a “me too” product or service … when there isn’t a compelling reason for target clients to switch solution providers.

What if you could sell an exclusive offering … delivering a truly superior solution?
Well … that would be like taking candy from a baby – wouldn’t it?

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

That said … our client’s offering is revolutionizing their industry and they need another sales professional to join their team and help them take advantage of the momentum they are experiencing!



Our client’s product offering is transforming the environmental landscape – across the North American continent!

Their systems and solutions are not simply a ‘better mouse trap’.
Quite frankly … they are disruptors … poised to change their industry … forever!


  • Responsible for new business acquisition and building a client base through regular sales calls
  • Prospect and pro-actively target potential clients to initiate long-term partnerships
  • Provide a consultative sales approach – creating value for both the client and the organization
  • Manage territory performance targets and identify and prioritize high potential sales opportunities


  • MUST HAVE: 2 years of hunter sales experience
  • MUST HAVE: A solid, solution-based sales process … with the ability to sell strategically
  • NICE TO HAVE: Experience selling into the construction or environmental space


BASE SALARY: $45,000 – $50,000
ON-TARGET VARIABLE: $30,000 (uncapped)
ON-TARGET EARNINGS: $75,000 – $80,000
OTHER: car allowance + benefits

INTERESTED?  Then … there are 3 things we need from you;

1.  Please send your resume to Sabrina Galli at
2.  Ensure subject line of your email reads; CANDY FROM A BABY – 20K81MTCHFBL
3.  In a short email … explain how your experience fits what we’ve outlined above.