Gladue Program Manager (JUS053023)

Job Description:

REPORT TO:           The Assistant Director of the Justice Department

The Gladue Program Manager aims to manage the high demands of Gladue reports requested by the court.  Ensures a smooth process of assigning a Gladue Writer a new client and ensuring the reports are completed in a timely fashion. Plans for the Writers to obtain occasional training to stay up to date with all Gladue Principals. Works in close collaboration with both Defense lawyers and Crown Attorneys to ensure a smooth flow of information.  Acts as a primary advocate in promoting the Gladue Program.


  • Manage a team of full time Gladue Writers as well as numerous contract writers;
  • Assign work and provide constructive feedback to team members;
  • Participate in meetings with government and / or outside organizations;
  • Organize training for all Gladue Writers and ensure adequate continuous learning;
  • Manage relationships and ensure collaboration with outside partners including but not limited to Judges, Defense lawyers and Crown Attorneys;
  • Serve as a link between the frontline workers and upper management;
  • Conduct performance reviews, motivate team members and provide support to employees and contract workers;
  • Prepare and submit Gladue reports as required including any statistical reports deemed necessary by the Assistant Director;
  • Act as a resource person regarding Inuit culture and traditions to government bodies and organizations, in matters relating to Justice;
  • Become knowledgeable regarding community resources (Indigenous & non-Indigenous) available to Inuit offenders;
  • Travel when required to the detention centers, for training and as requested;
  • Perform other administrative and professional duties required for the smooth running of the program and as assigned by Assistant Director.


  • High school diploma or relavent work experience;
  • Good communication skills in at least two (2) of the three (3) languages: Inuktitut, English and/or French;
  • Inuit and cultural knowledge and understanding, is required;
  • Working experience with the judicial system in Nunavik, is an asset;
  • Working knowledge of the social, judicial or correctional field;
  • Experience in intervention with youth or adults;
  • Excellent English writing skills;
  • Experience in the use of Microsoft office;
  • Showing organizational skills and being action oriented;
  • Demonstrating integrity and respect;
  • Be reliable and autonomous;
  • Security clearance will be required.


*Extensive training and continuous support will be provided to employees.


All marginal benefits available to employees of the Corporation as outlined in the Makivvik Corporation Human Resources Policy Manual

It is the Corporation’s objective to favour and promote the employment of Inuit beneficiaries of the JBNQA.


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