Decisions and recommendations focus on the composition, management and management of multidisciplinary negotiating teams, including members of provincial/territorial governments. Develops and cultivates leading business models and analytical frameworks to meet unique requirements. In addition, problems related to the negotiation of rights, contracts and autonomy agreements in the geographical area are identified and problems and effects are identified by analysing each table or case on their own merits and assessing appropriate measures to be taken within the existing political or legal framework. Conducts a thorough review of acts, regulations, regulations and directives within tight timelines and provides views on the complexity of appropriate changes to guidelines and procedures, while working on other rights or issues that are of priority to the branch. Decisions and recommendations relate to unexpected external constraints and interventions by other government agencies and stakeholders that have the potential to change the negotiating environment and the context of the negotiations. The objective is to meet the requirement to negotiate constitutionally protected long-term requirements and agreements, while protecting the interests of the Canadian government. The work includes legal assistance for low-complexity/file/project cases that require the organization and processing of files/files/projects, often subject to time constraints. It may apply to the establishment of legal documents, the receipt of testimony, the analysis or evaluation of claims, the control of legislation or the collection of fines, the development of transaction agreements and cooperation between the parties. Cases/files/projects are routine and precedents are available; However, the work has room to modify and adapt approaches.
The work includes conducting research and analysis for consultants or paralaries knowledge of management is required, the structure of the division, its mandate, programs and guidelines; The history and relationship between the Department and First Nations with respect to debt negotiation, contracts, agreements and other contracts and obligations, its management and administration, the strengths of relationships and tensions and the underlying causes, in order to identify and apply good practices in the current negotiations, to recognize and avoid circumstances and conditions that could limit the negotiation process or lead to agreements that may or may not be satisfied; The mandate, key interests and concerns of other agencies and government authorities; the current social/economic/political dynamics and circumstances of First Nations organizations in the geographic area that have claims against the government; Approaches and policies that guide provincial and territorial governments in the geographic area with respect to provincial/territorial jurisdiction and First Nations (such as education, social services, forestry, fishing, hunting, capture, natural resources and land ownership); and relevant sections of acts, laws and regulations governing the Government of Canada`s relationship with First Nations. The work requires flexibility in the consideration of policy options and proposals, the integration of approaches and the analysis of economic, social, political, ethical, scientific and legislative effects on short-, medium- and long-term policy and regulatory proposals.