Republic is not your average design firm. Driven by the journey, we utilize an explorative process that
connects all the right people around the table. Our desire to produce thoughtful and engaging projects is
at the heart of everything we do.
If you’ve met our team, visited our studio, or checked out our social media posts, you know we are unique.
Dedicated to elevating and maintaining the health and wellbeing of our team, the studio is decked out with
fitness equipment, the kitchen is stocked with healthy snacks, and work areas range from cozy café style
lounge spaces to ergonomically friendly sit/stand desks. While the studio is an inviting and creative space,
our work can happen anywhere – we allow for remote work and flexible schedules. These are just a few of
the things that make us different. We also have social groups, monthly team events, and so much more.
The Technical Design Writer will be responsible for working with internal teams to write, edit, and/or
produce professional design reports and proposals. This position will be supported and coached by the
Marketing Communications team. This role includes:
- Developing comprehensive documents that meet organizational standards;
- Obtaining a thorough understanding of Republic’s services and processes to translate into
simple, polished, and engaging content;
- Writing content that meets project objectives, connects with target audience, and sets our
deliverables up for success;
- Evaluating existing content and developing innovative approaches for improvement;
- Proofing and editing draft reports; and
- Gathering information from subject matter experts to develop, organize, and write proposals and
Tell us why you’re our next Technical Design Writer. Send your resumé to:
Preference will be given to applicants with 1-3 years’ experience in report and technical writing. Candidates
must have superior writing and verbal communication skills, be attentive to detail, and able to multi-task
under pressure. Knowledge of the design and construction industry is not necessary, but an asset.