Pat Reddick B.A. (Hons)

Senior Technical Writer/Editor
Direct: (416) 368-1700

Our Support Team provides critical assistance in Operations, IT, Marketing, Communications, Technical Writing, Project Management, Client Support, Engineering Technology, Finance and Human Resources. They enable the company to meet client needs by maintaining the highest standards in business practices and company procedures.



Mr. Pat Reddick is a Senior Technical Writer/Editor with 30 Forensic Engineering, and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Trent University. Pat has a wide range of writing, editorial, and digital expertise from his experience working in the private sector as well as in media relations.

Specialized Professional Competencies

  • Technical Communication
  • Copy Editing
  • Content Development
  • Page Layout and Design


Bachelor of Arts, Honours, in English Literature, Trent University, 2013


30 Forensic Engineering
Senior Technical Writer/Editor
2023 – Present, Toronto, ON

  • Provide specialized, professional services to engineers and experts in the form of exceptional writing, editorial, analytical, and researching skills
  • Work as a highly effective collaborator, alongside engineers and support staff, to meet deadlines in an efficient manner
  • Demonstrate a style that favours clarity, concision, and readability in order to facilitate the production of a comprehensive, well-crafted product

Technical Writer/Editor
2021 – 2023, Toronto, ON

Pagemasters North America
Lead Editor
2019 – 2020, Toronto, ON

2016 – 2020, Toronto, ON

  • Lead a team of editors through the daily production of a client’s newspaper, The Globe and Mail
  • Edit stories and design pages to ensure style guides are followed and deadlines are met
  • Collaborate with Globe editors

Trent Radio
Summer Events Intern Correspondent
2015, Peterborough, ON

  • Produce a daily interview-based show highlighting people, groups, and small businesses important to the Peterborough community
  • Develop and implement ideas for multi-episode projects, emphasizing content that could be replayed years into the future
  • Provide administrative support for a team of volunteer radio producers

Arthur Newspaper
2013 – 2015, Peterborough, ON

  • Coordinate production of a weekly student-focused newspaper and website
  • Hold weekly story meetings to discuss content ideas for upcoming issues
  • Conduct outreach efforts to increase volunteer contributions and diversify pool of contributors


  • Timothy Findley Creative Writing Prize, Trent University, 2012


  • Programmer/Operator/Executive Producer, Trent Radio, 2012 – 2016