You’ve heard the adage many times … (or maybe you’ve never heard it at all). But, when it comes to the recruitment industry … it couldn’t ring more true – always “bet the jockey, not the horse”!

At Match and Fable, we’re big believers that when it comes to the recruitment … clients value an excellent headhunter far more than they care what agency that headhunter happens to work for.

We also believe that in today’s day and age … an excellent headhunter deserves the lion’s share of the commission they work so hard to earn.

We also think headhunters should be able to ‘do their thing’ wherever they chose to do it.

What does this have to do with Match and Fable’s latest role?
Well, everything … because the role is with us!

POSITION:                    HEADHUNTER
REPORTS TO:               MARK KRPAN


Match and Fable takes great pride in being the “anti-recruiter, recruiter”. Our clients choose us because we deliver consistent results … and a great experience. Ultimately … we make our clients happy!

And … unlike the hordes of recruiters hiding behind laptops, blasting out mass emails to hundreds of random candidates and praying somebody ‘bites’ … we pick up the phone (with urgency) … and we headhunt!

Business is booming … and we’re looking for strong talent to join our team.

If you’re a headhunter who knows what you’re doing and think its time to earn what you’re worth … this is your chance.

That said … none of us were headhunters before we became headhunters, so … if you think you have what it takes to be a headhunter … we’re willing to listen. And … if you’ve got ‘the jam’, we’ll show you the ropes!


  • Securing Clients – just like all other professional firms, headhunters need to find clients to service. As such, business development and networking are critical components of this role.
  • Finding Talent – once they have mandates to fill … headhunters use a variety of techniques to find and assess candidates. These include personal networking, social media and Boolean search.
  • Navigating the Interview Process – this involves candidate screening and presentations, interview scheduling and multiple ‘circlebacks’ with client and candidates, alike.


  • MUST: Business development experience.
  • MUST: The ability to assess fit of candidates versus client requirements.
  • MUST: Expert level organizational and time management skills.
  • MUST: Supreme, professional urgency in everything you do … (we aren’t looking for a Lazy Larry).
  • MUST: Self-discipline (the ability to work from a home office and ‘get the job done’).

INTERESTED?  There are 4 things we’ll need from you;

  1. Send your resume (in complete confidence) to Mark Krpan at
  2. Ensure the subject line of your email reads; THE ‘JOCKEY NOT THE HORSE’ ROLE – 1X81-MTCHFBL

  3. In a short email … please tell Mark how your experience fits what we’ve outlined above.
  4. Please include a link to your social media presence (LinkedIn etc …)



Did you know you can’t have lightning without thunder?
Well … it’s true – you can’t.

Sit back … and let Match and Fable drop a little science on you!

You see … thunder is actually the product of lightning!
When a lightning bolt travels from a cloud to the ground … it opens up a little hole in the air. This little ‘hole’ is called a channel.

Once the light is gone and the air collapses back into the channel … a sound wave, called thunder, is created!

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

That said … the candidate we are looking for on this mandate would be far more interested in thunder than lightning.

Read on to discover why!



Our client is a leading hearing clinic that prides itself on patient care and standing out from typical corporate chains.

They are looking for an Audiologist with a passion for improving the lives of their patients and the motivation to provide the best care … with exceptional follow up.

Our client’s MO is simple;

  1. a) to offer hearing aids that are more affordable
    b) to provide more diagnostic, service and product option
  2. This role requires structure and discipline.


  • Perform / interpret results of a variety of audiological diagnostic tests (using audiometers, Tymps & Verifits)
  • Provide amplification services including, hearing aid assessment testing, real ear measurements and live speech mapping
  • Performs VNG/balance testing and make recommendations on hearing disorders to physicians
  • Complete chart notes and provide written report to referring physician and primary care physician
  • Manage hearing rehabilitation
  • Recommend appropriate hearing care products and warranties to meet the needs of each patient
  • A strong diagnostic capability and clinical interpretive skill set
  • Understand products and solutions for various degrees of hearing loss
  • Comfortable with various manufacturer software


  • MUST HAVE: Audiologist/Hearing Instrument Practitioner
  • MUST HAVE: Registered College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals of British Columbia
  • MUST HAVE: 3 to 5 years clinic and practice experience
  • University degree or equivalent education and related education
  • Must have strong entrepreneurial skills and the ability to work independently


BASE SALARY: $100,000 – $120,000
OTHER: vacation + benefits

INTERESTED?  Then there are 4 things we need from you;

  1. Please send your resume to Kelly Meadows at
  2. Ensure the subject line of your email reads THE ‘THUNDER & LIGHTNING’ ROLE – 30A81-MTCHFBL
  3. In a short email … please tell Kelly how your experience fits what we have outlined above.
  4. Please include a link to your social media presence (LinkedIn etc …)