Michael Page today launches a new iPhone app to support ongoing career progression and take the stress out of recruitment. Just like the online service, the Michael Page Jobs app includes a small but perfectly formed version of the job search function but unlike similar apps on the market, allows you to apply for jobs wherever and whenever you are straight from your iPhone.

Once you have applied for that job, the app will then take you all the way to the finish line with a planner feature to keep all those important interview details in the one place and a innovative and unique ‘Face the Panel’ feature that allows you practice your interview technique with a panel of experts. There are over 70 questions broken down into three key competencies: managing business, managing others and managing yourself.

Michael Page know that searching for a new job can get a bit overwhelming if you don’t have access to brilliant career advice and professional knowledge, and when you need it, the Michael Page Jobs app will also provide you with vital career advice – from CVs to covers letter,

In addition to the new app, Michael Page will be going the extra mile to take the stress out of job searching by giving away five iPads. To find out more visit www.michaelpage.co.uk

Michael Page has more than 33 years expertise in professional services recruitment and the app is just another step to ensure it utilises the latest technology to make your job search as efficient as possible.

Eamon Collins, Marketing Director, Michael Page International said:

“At Michael Page we know that in this day and age it can be tough to find the time to look for a new job whilst you are still managing your current job, not to mention your life outside of work. This is why we have released our new Jobs app. We want to ensure that all our candidates receive the same professional service we pride ourselves on, which supports you in your job search from start to finish. The new app will be just like having a Michael Page consultant with you 24 hours a day.”