We’re Hiring

Bookstore Movers provides high­ quality moving services by trustworthy and intelligent movers to

the Washington, DC area. We are hiring part­time and full­time movers and mover­/drivers. We

welcome anyone with a strong back and a positive attitude. Are you:

  • Hard working?
  • Honest?
  • Reliable?
  • Intelligent?

Join us. Bookstore Movers is a growing company with opportunities for rapid advancement.


  • Pay for movers starts at $12.50/hr + tips and goes up to $35/hr + tips
  • Flexible scheduling
  • 401­K retirement plan
  • Healthcare
  • Paid professional development
  • Fair, honest, respectful and fun workplace
  • Upon promotion, management experience in a dynamic work environment


  • Ability to safely lift 120 pounds
  • Desire to do physically challenging work every day
  • A customer ­service mindset
  • Moving and/or management experience is preferred but not necessary

Additional requirements for driver position:

  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Clean driving record
  • 2 years driving experience (not necessarily commercial)

No phone calls

Personal Information
First Name: Middle: Last Name:
Email: Phone:
Current Address
Address: City: State: ZIP Code:
Previous employment and background
Previous Employment:
Provide information on two previous employer references:
First Reference
Reference's Name
Refererence's Work Phone
Start Date
End Date
Second Reference
Reference's Name
Refererence's Work Phone
Start Date
End Date
Any Moving Experience?
Are you legally able to work in the US? (In person we will ask for your social security number and verify this.) Yes    No
Do you have a valid Driver's License?     Yes    No
Do you have regular access to a car?     Yes    No

Employment is contingent on successful completion of a background check.
Personal Information
Do you have a bank account for Direct Deposit?

How'd you learn about us? (If you know any current or former Bookstore Movers employees let us know here!)
Some people say that the best way to learn is through our mistakes. Can you tell me about a mistake that you made, either work or personal, that taught you a significant lesson?
Also, what distinguishes you from all the other applicants out there. Tell us something unique about you.