“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 careers at an awesome, award-winning company?
As a graduate technical writer at Redgate, you'll be involved in almost every aspect of the business, gaining an unrivalled set of skills and experiences. You'll be surrounded by a great project team, helping to develop software applications that are ingeniously simple to use.
You'll be responsible not just for customer-facing documentation, but for the quality of the software application itself. From providing the wording of the user interface, to designing and creating product documentation and writing help topics and articles, it will be a diverse and challenging role.
If you have a knack for turning complex ideas into something easy to understand, we want to hear from you. There’s no lengthy application form, all we need is your CV and a cover letter – simple as that.
If you’d like to be a Graduate Technical Writer at Redgate, we’d like to hear from you.
Write a letter and tell us in simple language why you’re right for the job, and why you’d like to work at Redgate.
Also include a CV or a link to your LinkedIn profile.
If you want an informal chat first, why not talk to Beth, one of our Technical Writers?
She can answer any questions and tell you of her own user experience with Redgate.
Email her. She won’t mind. email@example.com
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