You can try jobulator free for a month if you would like to see
how it works. I have in on my desktop right now and have lined up
a lot of jobs through it, but I don't know yet if I'll actually
pay to keep it. Maybe it can go on my christmas list ;-)
I'm not sure how it works on the regular teachers end, but I know
last week in my district they had a horrible time posting a job
while a preferred substitute was in the building, online, ready to
accept it, and someone else took it through jobulator. Not sure
if there is a way to offer jobs to particular subs and the admins
in my building didn't know how to do it, but it was a huge ordeal
trying to get the same person back in for a job because when it
was posted, within SECONDS, another sub had scooped it up.
On 11/13/09, Rob wrote:
> Jobulator is NOT AESOP. Jobulator is a separate optional
> service. There is NO charge to subs EVER to get Jobs from
> Aesop(web or phone)
> Jobulator is a separate subscription based desktop application
> that logs in and monitors your Aesop account. If a job
> appears for you it will play an audible and visual alert.
> That way you do not have to sit with aesop open re-freshing
> all the time.
> The service is the alert about a job.. not to search or accetp
> a job over the web/phone. If you are looking for an
> advantage getting jobs, without having to sit online or wait
> for a call then Jobulator might be for you.
> On 10/27/09, This is gonna cost $$! wrote:
>> I have a message on my AESOP page about a thing called
>> "Jobulator" it will tell me when jobs pop up and I can take
>> them without having to log into AESOP. Ok, I start looking
>> at it, the first link to an information window is a thing to
>> charge my visa/master card $40.00 a year for this service!
>> I am lucky to sub one day a week with this new and improved
>> sub finder service, AESOP, and now I have to pay them to
>> find jobs for me?!!
>> So, there it is, the schools don't pay to find us, we
>> pay to find the jobs. At $65.00 p/d I have to pay to find
>> sub jobs in a state where non-certificated teachers can get
>> the same job and pay I do. WOW! Michigan just keeps
>> getting better and better.
>> I am not a happy camper on this issue. Any thoughts,
>> reactions, input or experience with this product? Please
>> reply. Thanks.