Made Tech Overview

  • www.madetech.com
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 51 to 200 Employees
  • 2010
  • Company - Private
  • IT Service
  • $1 to $5 million (USD)

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At Made Tech we want to positively impact the future of the country by using technology to improve society, for everyone. We work with public sector organisations to modernise technology and accelerate digital delivery so that citizens can benefit from better public services ...
Mission: We focus our efforts on building meaningful, open source services that can help improve citizens' lives. We find this type of work more challenging and more rewarding. Less short-lived, throwaway projects, more mission-critical systems and services.

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Made Tech Reviews

4.2
79%
Recommend to a Friend
87%
Approve of CEO
Rory MacDonald
Rory MacDonald
25 Ratings
5.0
Current Employee, more than 1 year

"A company that cares about doing the right thing"

Jan 14, 2022 - Delivery Manager in London, England
Recommends
Positive Outlook
Approves of CEO

Pros

- Very colleagues and normally a bright bunch - Opportunities to learn and develop - Mentoring & line management more structured that most projects - Public sector & UCD focus means you feel like

Cons

- Change is managed badly and communicated even worse - We use Google Suite but most clients use Microsoft and it can be hard to make them work together - DM Community of Practice is pretty

Advice to Management

Improve how you handle change, particularly when it comes to big organisational structures
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Diversity & Inclusion at Made Tech

3.7
(11 reviews)

Diversity & Inclusion FAQs

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Does there seem to be diversity at Made Tech?

...There have been some teething issues as the company has grown over the past year and a half, although I feel as though there are many steps in the right direction to address some concerns and issues I've heard, notably in reframing how Line Management will work, how Promotions will work, and how we can massively improve our Diversity and Inclusion work moving forward....Read More

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Made Tech Interviews

Experience
Positive57%
Negative30%
Neutral13%
Getting an Interview
Applied online68%
Recruiter11%
Other11%
Difficulty
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  1. Product Manager Interview

    Anonymous Employee in United Kingdom
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview
    Application

    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Made Tech (United Kingdom) in Jan 2022

    Interview

    Initial screening interview was a more of a formal 30m chat with an internal recruiter, around skills and culture fit - felt more like a short interview than screening. Expected an informal why are you looking, expectations and initial experience fit but was more formal and included some of those how did you deal with x, tell me a time questions.

    The role had some desirable experience on the JD which it's very clear from my CV I do not have that type of industry experience. I was not successful at this stage because "they were looking for people with specific industry experience". Either they didn't read my CV or it was an excuse and I simply wasn't a cultural fit - which I'd rather they would actually say. As such came away with a bad impression of the company as it was a waste of both our times. If a company is looking for something specific - ask for it. If someone isn't a cultural fit, tell them - its perfectly okay, I reject companies after research because I know I won't fit.
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Company Updates

January 20, 2022
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🏕 Work from almost anywhere in the UK 🎓 Get time and space to learn 💚 Do the most important work of your career Here's our Head of Talent, Kate Phillips, with 3 great reasons (and one small one) why now is a great time to choose a career at Made Tech…
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December 2, 2021
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Part of the cruelty of imposter syndrome is that it affects such brilliantly capable people. Thanks so much for sharing, Heather.
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Delivery to client principal: from imposter syndrome to new-found confidence - Made Tech
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Made Tech Awards & Accolades

  • Technology’s 50 Best Companies to Work For - London & South WestBest Companies2021
  • Outstanding to Work for 2-Star AccreditationBest Companies2021

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Does Made Tech offer unlimited holiday?

...Reasonable benefits (pay, learning time, unlimited holiday, stock options)...

January 14, 2022

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