A new app has been launched by mobile recruitment specialists, Zoek, to make job hunting quicker and easier than ever before.
The Zoek app, which is available to download from the App store and Google Play, utilises machine learning to store a candidate’s job preferences so it can match them with the most appropriate jobs.
The app works by understanding a candidate’s skills, job history and preferences over time to allow for accurate matches. Job seekers are able to filter jobs by a number of criteria, such as location and salary, and users will receive instant notifications when a new job post matches what they are looking for.
Developed by Apadmi, the UK’s leading app developer, the tool integrates with various job platforms to be able to advertise over 40,000 jobs UK-wide.
As well as being able to store all of the candidate’s documents such as CVs and cover letters in one place, the app also allow users to easily swipe and save or dismiss roles, making it quicker to apply for the perfect position.
On the recruitment side it helps employers to fill vacancies quickly, as recruiters are able to view job profile details and ideal candidates at the same time for maximum efficiency.
Zoek’s iOS, Android and server recruitment solution aims to solve common issues in mobile recruitment such as irrelevant job or candidate matches, and difficulties in identifying roles out of thousands of options.
Nick Black, CEO of Apadmi, said:
“Bearing in mind the needs of both the candidates and recruiters, we developed this app to ensure the recruitment process became a whole lot quicker, easier and smarter. By learning the specific requirements of the job seeker, the app is able to better connect candidates with their ideal role.”
Matthew Dodd, managing director of Zoek, said:
“Apadmi has helped us to provide recruiters and candidates alike with a smart, streamlined and personalised job search application. The app helps to rectify key recruitment frustrations such as irrelevant matches or CV uploading issues and is helping to revolutionise the recruitment industry.”
For more information, please visit http://www.apadmi.com