THE ‘JUNE BUG’ ROLE ($85,000 – $95,000)


In 1962 … a handful of workers in the dress making department of a textile mill in North Carolina took ill.  They claimed to be experiencing numbness, dizziness and nausea.
Soon after … news spread that a bug in the factory was biting employees and causing the illness!

Over the next few days … more and more employees started to experience the same mysterious symptoms!  In total … 62 people were affected … and a number of them required hospitalization.

Of the 62 employees … 59 worked on the first shift … 58 worked in the same area … and 50 of the cases occurred in the two days after the media had “sensationalized” the event.

Company physicians and representatives from the US Public Health Service Communicable Disease Center descended on the mill and following their investigation … they concluded the episode had been a case of mass hysteria!

While researchers believed some workers had actually been bitten by a June Bug, the anxiety associated to the event was the cause of the symptoms.

What does this have to do with Match and Fable’s latest role? – nothing at all!
That said … we really liked the sound of “The June Bug Role” … and it is the month of June!

But … now that we have your attention … we’d like to direct you to Kelly Meadows’ latest role.



The Clinical Leader supervises nurses who provide nursing care to individuals … including the intravenous or injection administration of biologics or other specialty pharmaceutical products.

They will promote patient health by completing health reviews prior to treatment, reviewing patient files and collaborating with multidisciplinary team members. The objective is to provide medical therapies or self-administration teaching to patients in an ambulatory setting.

The Regional Clinical Leader Nurse coordinates the efforts of the nursing team, ensuring consistent behaviour and adherence to protocols and procedures. The position is responsible for evaluating employees within the region and requires travel to attend and supervise all clinics.

They will act as a resource and provide expertise, training and mentoring to staff … to ensure safe, high quality and consistent delivery of care.


  • Provides expert medication administration and care for patients, an oversees the Nursing staff
  • Ensures there is adequate staffing in clinics and interacts with patient and families
  • Accountable for the day-to-day operations of the clinical aspects of the nurses
  • Provides professional clinical leadership and acts as a resource to the staff in the applicable region
  • Provides onboarding assistance to newly hired Nurses and participate in the orientation process
  • Participates in audit assessment activities to determine adherence to protocols and guidelines
  • Monitors performance to ensure adherence to Ontario Provincial College of Nurses guidelines
  • Collaborates with physicians to plan patient care activities and develops strategies for dealing with issues
  • Collaborates with infusion coordinator teams to ensure superior customer service
  • Maintains up-to-date professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops
  • Executes presentations, demonstrations and site visits ensuring professional service delivery


  • 5+ years’ supervisory experience in a clinical medical or hospital environment with proven leadership
  • Registered Nurse Diploma or BA in Nursing Certificate
  • Current certification with the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) and (RNAO)
  • Updated immunization records
  • Solid leadership skills + demonstrated ability to manage while adhering to company values / policies
  • Ability to lead and influence cross functional teams
  • Excellent technical skills and ability to work on various software systems in addition to excellent communication and interpersonal skills


SALARY: $85,000 – $95,000
PLEASE NOTE: Experience in the therapeutic pain area is an asset with infusion nursing

There are 3 things Kelly needs from you;

  1. Please send your resume to Kelly Meadows at
  2. Ensure the subject line of your email reads; THE JUNE BUG ROLE – MTCHFBL-15F81
  3. In a short email … please tell Kelly how your experience fits what we’ve outlined above.

THE ‘CHICKEN & EGG’ ROLE (OTE: $50,000 – $66,000++)


It’s the age-old conundrum.
What came first … the chicken or the egg?

Once we graduate from school … we’re all looking for a chance to prove our worth (and make some money)!

Companies want experience … yet no one will give you the opportunity to gain that experience … UNTIL NOW!

If a sales career is what you desire … but you aren’t interested in 100% commissioned roles or working for a sub-par organization … this is your chance!

Our client has a track-record of shaping strong sales professionals.
And … they recognize that while new graduates have limited experience … certain characteristics can often be strong indicators of success in sales.

As such … they’ve asked Sabrina Galli of Match and Fable to help them find candidates who demonstrate a competitive nature … coupled with a ‘don’t quit’ attitude.

By the way … they’re open to Inside Sales professionals looking to step out from behind the desk … and jump into an outside role.



Our client is a well-oiled team of professional, energetic and goal-oriented individuals who help clients develop and execute pin-point marketing strategies. The data and tools at the sales person’s disposal is truly top-shelf!

Based in your respective territory … you will seek out clients and help them with their marketing strategies.

This role involves short-term sales activity with a 1 to 2-month sales cycle and the ability to develop and implement long-term strategies to ensure client retention and continue building future business relationships.


  • Establish and build account relationships with key decision makers – across all departments
  • Achieve sales targets for new business and renewals
  • Develop unique strategies (short and long term) to meet the goals of clients in your territory
  • Live and exude the company’s core values


  • MUST HAVE: 6 months to 1 year of sales experience (inside or outside sales)
  • MUST HAVE: Valid driver’s license and vehicle
  • Fluent in English
  • Capable of achieving targets via self-motivation, tenacity and determination
  • Strong communication skills … comfortable making cold calls … & setting-up appointments
  • Proficient in MS Office (Excel, Word, Power Point)


BASE SALARY: $33,000 – $36,000
ON-TARGET VARIABLE: $18,000 – $30,000
ON-TARGET EARNINGS: $50,000 – $66,000 (uncapped)
OTHER: car allowance + vacation + benefits

  There are 4 things we need from you;

  1. Send your resume to Sabrina Galli at
  2. Ensure the subject line of your email reads; THE ‘CHICKEN & EGG ROLE – 15E81MTCHFBL
  3. In a short email … tell Sabrina how your experience fits what we’ve outlined above.
  4. Please include a link to your social media presence (LinkedIn etc …)



For the record … there is no evidence anyone ever called him Big Lou.
However … there is plenty of evidence supporting the notion Louis Hébert was Canada’s first apothecary … and the first European to farm here!

In 1617 … Louis, his wife and three children sold most of their belongings in France … and boarded a ship for Quebec.

Upon their arrival … Louis’ knowledge as an apothecary (along with his small store of grain) … proved a god send to the sick and starving … in his new home.

Louis was the first settler to sow wheat and vegetables in Québec … but he had a bit of a ‘raw deal’.

You see, as a condition of his coming to ‘New France’ … Louis was indentured to the Canada Company for 2 years. Meaning, he had to hand over all the produce and grain he harvested during that time!

Once those 2 brutal years passed … he was awarded his own parcel of land and named a Lord!

One day, in 1627 … Louis slipped on a patch of ice … and died from the resulting injuries!

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

That said … our client is looking for an ‘apothecary of sorts’ to join their group in Windsor!

INDUSTRY:                PHARMACY


The Pharmacy Manager is responsible for the production, compounding and apportioning of medicines, within the dispensary.

The Pharmacy Manager will lead the charge of dispensation of prescriptions by engaging standard operating principles for logging, filling, receiving, dispensing and controlling loss.


  • HR Management (including payroll, staff development, performance management, training and development, policies & procedures compliance, recruitment & selection, health and safety compliance)
  • Finance (managing P&L statements and achieving operational targets)
  • QA Management and inventory control
  • Provide pharmaceutical services to patients by reviewing and dispensing doctor’s medication orders
  • Investigate medication incidents and create solutions to prevent drug related problems
  • Monitor drug therapy for effectiveness, toxicity and adhere to evidence based medicine / guidelines
  • Direct and supervise technical staff and pharmacists, respond to drug-related questions and facilitate clinical education to team members


  • Bachelors of Science Degree in Pharmacy (or equivalent)
  • Licensed (and in good standing with) the Ontario College of Pharmacists (OCP)
  • 5-7 years retail or more pharmacy practice experience
  • Possess excellent English verbal and written communication skills
  • Nexxsys or Kroll pharmacy software experience
  • Health management consulting
  • Knowledge of Clinical Pharmacy Care and Long-Term Care Pharmacy preferred
  • Demonstrated leadership experience


SALARY: $120,000
BONUS: 10%
OTHER: medical benefits + vacation

INTERESTED & QUALIFIED?  If so … there are 3 things Kelly needs from you;

  1. Please send your resume to Kelly Meadows at
  2. Ensure the subject line of your email reads; THE ‘BIG LOU’ WINDSOR ROLE – #1C81-MTCHFBL.
  3. In a BRIEF email … please tell Kelly how your experience and qualifications fit.


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Growing up in my neighborhood, there came a time … usually around the age of 10, when you longed to graduate from being looked at as a little kid … to having what we considered to be the ultimate ‘street cred’.

That rite of passage was none other than … ‘Nicky-Nicky 9 Doors’!

‘Nicky-Nicky 9 Doors’ (also known as … ‘Ding-Dong-Ditch’) had 4 simple rules;

RULE #1:
It had to ‘go down’ on a Saturday night … and only after dark.
(If you had to be home “when the street lights came on” … you effectively disqualified yourself).

RULE #2:
You couldn’t just knock on the screen door … it had to be the ‘real’ door!
(Having to open the screen door wasted precious seconds … elevating the odds of getting caught).

RULE #3:
You had to knock 3 times and clearly say the word ‘steamboat’ in between knocks.
(A combination of ringing the doorbell while knocking would elevate you to legend status)!

RULE #4:
You couldn’t pick the house … that was decided for you, and the house usually fell into one of three categories;

It was the house everyone thought was ‘haunted’ … the house with two ferocious pit bulls or, … God forbid … Mr. Watson’s place!
(For the record … no one actually knew Mr. Watson’s real life story but the stories we’d heard as kids would paralyze you simply by having to walk by his house … much less having to make the trip to his porch)!

So … what does this have to do with my latest role? Nothing really.
That said … if you think about it … ‘Nicky-Nicky 9 Doors’ was my initiation into the world of cold-calling.


My client is a well-known brand … famous for developing wonderful sales professionals.
You’d be hard pressed to find a better organization to launch your sales career in the right direction.

If you’re tired of 100% commissioned sales roles or plying your trade in a dead end industry … you should consider this … ‘opportunity knocking’.

My client is looking for sales professionals with 1 to 2 years of hunter-type sales experience. They are also open to entertaining Inside Sales professionals, looking to step out from behind the desk and take on an Outside Sales position.



  • Responsible for building a client base through regular, territory sales calls
  • Prospect a geographic territory, targeting potential clients to initiate long-term partnerships
  • This role is 90% hunting and 10% farming
  • Provide consultative sales approach – creating value for both the client and the organization
  • Manage territory performance targets, while maintaining client satisfaction and overall results
  • Identify and prioritize high potential sales opportunities


  • MUST HAVE: Post-secondary education
  • PREFERENCE FOR: 1-2 years of B2B sales experience
  • IF YOU ARE AWESOME: will consider 6 months of ‘hunting-type’ sales experience
  • The desire to immerse yourself and absorb the world-class sales training you will receive


BASE SALARY: $47,500
ON-TARGET VARIABLE AT 100% OF PLAN: $35,000 (uncapped)
ON-TARGET EARNINGS: $82,500 (uncapped)
OTHER: RRSP + benefits + car allowance + gas card + cell allowance


If you’re qualified for this role … the proverbial ball is in your court.
This is what happens next;

1st – I need you to email your resume to me at;

2nd – Ensure the subject line reads; THE ‘OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS’ ROLE – (#21.D.71-HHK)

3rd – I beg you to please, please, please not send me a previously prepared, generic email … where you simply change the “Dear Insert Name” portion.

4th – This one is critical! Based on my job description … tell me specifically what makes you a legitimate contender.