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We are Thriftbooks

ThriftBooks was created with the goal of bringing the joy and benefit of reading to as many people possible.

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Processing Center Roles

  • Shipping

    Our shipping employees pull books, sort, package and ship customer orders. This fast-paced job requires you to pull books from shelves. You will be using step stools, reaching, bending & carrying books.

  • Shelving

    Every day, our warehouses receive thousands of books. Our shelvers ensure a continuous, fast-paced flow, moving books from the receiving station to the appropriate shelves. Shelvers also remove aged books to make space for incoming supply.

  • Sorting

    Sorters quickly inspect large volumes of books for quality, saving those that meet our standards and make sure the receiver’s station is supplied with books at all times.

  • Receiving

    Receiving involves reviewing hundreds of used books per day then inspecting and rating them for quality. You will see all kinds of books, from a popular James Patterson novel to the latest in self-improvement non-fiction. Experience with 10-key is especially helpful for book receiving, but don’t worry, no 10-key experience, no problem.

  • Department Lead

    As a member of our management team, the Lead is responsible every aspect of oversight, training, safety, reporting and time card management for their department. Depending on the department, you oversee a staff of 5 to 20 employees.

Where Are We

Corporate Office

Processing Centers


In the shadow of Stone Mountain, our Atlanta Processing Center has grown over time to compete with our larger Warehouses. It’s now the heart and soul of our Southeast Operations.


In a city known for its great food and rich history, our Baltimore Processing Center has earned a reputation for great books and its tight-knit group of employees.


With our largest inventory and newest technology, the Chicago Processing Center is the vanguard of our future. Here, we operate two shifts and have a staff of over 150 people!


What a great location for Sports Fans! In either direction, this Processing Center is located 20 minutes from the three stadiums where the Cowboys, Rangers, Mavericks and Stars Play. Like everything else in the state, our Dallas Processing Center is bigger and better.


In the heart of the Southwest, our Phoenix Processing Center is as warm and welcoming as the never-failing desert sun.


Our Portland Processing Center is as individual and unique as the city it calls home. There are not a lot of places where you can spend time in the ocean and on the mountain in the same day. This PC is located with a back drop of Forest Park and is the proud home to our largest inventory of collectible books!


In the biggest “little” city in the world, our Reno Processing Center is surrounded by the Sierra Mountains. Not only are they one of our largest shipping facilities, but they have over 1 million books in inventory, making them the second largest in the company!


I forgot my password, help!

Visit jobs.jobvite.com/thriftbooks and click the “Forgot Password?” link to recover.

Can I still apply if I don’t have a formal resume or cover letter?

Absolutely! Our applications have an open-text box where you can list your recent employers and responsibilities for us to review.

What can I expect after applying?

Your application will be reviewed by our Staffing Team and if you are selected for an interview, you will be invited to an in-person interview. Check Application status by visiting jobs.jobvite.com/thriftbooks If you’re the right fit, an offer will be made and a start date will be scheduled.

Am I eligible for rehire?

We are always accepting applications for reemployment with ThriftBooks! To be eligible for rehire, former employees must have possessed a satisfactory record of service and left in good standing. Rehire eligibility will be determined on a case-by-case basis.

Can I apply to a location/position even if it’s not posted?

Unfortunately, no. You can only apply once a position is posted online.

What do I do if I can no longer access the email I applied to ThriftBooks with?

If you no longer have access to the sign-in email used, you can either create a new user profile with your new email or contact the Hiring Manager to update.
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