- Prepare comprehensive, accurate, objective and clear reports that include Gladue factors and detailed restorative justice plans.
- Keep informed of Gladue principles and Gladue report writing practices and procedures.
- Promote information about Indigenous Services, including Gladue reports to lawyers, individuals, Indigenous communities and others.
- Establish and maintain tracking systems and client files.
- Prepare and review monthly report summaries for funders and employer.
- Other duties as reasonably assigned.
- A post-secondary diploma or degree in Law, Criminal Justice, Social Work or related field.
- Professional development courses relating to conflict resolution and/or Gladue Writing.
- Knowledge of up to date criminal law and other relevant legislation and resources.
- Experience in Court, Gladue Writing or restorative justice programs will be considered an asset.
- Demonstrated knowledge FNMI culture & teachings and alternative dispute resolution.
- Valid G license (as travel to court, and meetings is required).
- Must provide a clear CPIC and clear vulnerable sector check
- FNTI provides preference to those applicants with Indigenous Ancestry. (Aboriginal Employment Preferences Policy)