When I first heard about what a technical writer does, I couldn't think of a better fit for me. I love getting to the heart of complex technical concepts, and explaining them to other people in a way that makes them seem simple. In this job, I'm part of a development team of fantastic people, working to make software that's as usable as possible. It's challenging, and it never stops being interesting.
Are you a great communicator with excellent writing skills, a passion for technology and a keen eye for detail? Can you help us deliver truly outstanding software? Do you want to start your career at an awesome, award-winning company?
As a graduate technical writer at Redgate, you'll gain an unrivalled set of skills and experiences. You'll be part of a great project team developing ingeniously simple software.
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