I have been working at MediaMath full-time
Can learn a lot very quickly
Toxic work environment - extremely political and can't trust anyone
Lack of progression
Lack of leadership direction and very bad management
A complete lack of culture and team work
Advice to Management
Take care of your employees and try to encourage more team-work
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at MediaMath (New York, NY (US)) in January 2018.
I had a great experience interviewing with MediaMath. I was first contacted by a recruiter and had a phone screen, then a phone interview with the hiring manager. The final round was an in-person interview at their headquarters at 4 WTC. The on-site interview consisted of 5 interviews with members of the team (a mix of product managers and engineering). Afterward, had a 10-minute wrap-up chat with the recruiter, followed by a tour of the office, which spans two floors. The final stop was their well stocked kitchen, where I was offered a snack and a drink for the trip back. All of the people I spoke with in the interview process were awesome and friendly, and seemed genuinely interested in my experiences and what I was looking for in my next role. I was asked both challenging questions as well as questions for them to get to know me better. This was definitely one of the best interview experiences I've had.
Owein Reese, who manages a group of engineers in MediaMath’s Creatives Management Tribe, took an unusual route to a career in software development.
I think I’ve always believed that all of your experiences count. I believe even when you’ve had bad experiences, it becomes part of the fabric of who you are. It makes you stronger, it makes you more well-informed, it gives you a broader perspective.