The work requires knowledge of the theories and principles of negotiations, including defining and securing an agreement on the issues to be negotiated and the objectives of the negotiation; Identification of the other party`s main interest and closing techniques. This information is necessary to complete the negotiations. The work requires the representation of the branch or division in regional, national or international consultations with other federal authorities, inter-agency organizations, provincial governments, foreign governments, First Nations representatives, academic institutions and private sector organizations, in order to address contentious issues and negotiate the conditions for the implementation and implementation of agreements. multilateral or bilateral. . . .