Careers

At Cirris headquarters in Salt Lake City, Utah, Cirris employees have found an environment that is welcoming and motivating. In 2009 Cirris was awarded the Utah Work/Life award as one of the best places to work. Cirris has put into practice the philosophy that happy employees equal happy customers. As a result, Cirris has an employee average tenure of 15 years. You can learn more about the company by checking out the about-us page.

If you are interested in joining the Cirris team, email your resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 1-800-441-9910. 

Current Openings

At Cirris headquarters in Salt Lake City, Utah, Cirris employees have found an environment that is welcoming and motivating. In 2009 Cirris was awarded the Utah Work/Life award as one of the best places to work. Cirris has put into practice the philosophy that happy employees equal happy customers. As a result, Cirris has an employee average tenure of 15 years. You can learn more about the company by checking out the about-us page.

If you are interested in joining the Cirris team, email your resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 1-800-441-9910. 

Current Openings

Cirris Culture

Ask any Cirris employee and they will tell you that Cirris is a great place to work. In fact, our average employee tenure is 15 years. Here are a few brief highlights of the Cirris culture.

Active

Groups biking and running at lunch are just a couple of the ways Cirris promotes an active lifestyle – just look at the line for the shower. Cirris even helps sponsor a relay race team to get people moving.

Cirris employees participate in Rivalry Relay.


A Work Family

Company parties, recognition luncheons, holiday events, and free breakfast every day are just a few ways in which we everyone at Cirris gets to know each other.

Cirris Summer party pie-eating contest.


Fun

We like to keep things light around Cirris. With random events and celebrations like pajama day, hat day, mini-golf, or Nerf battles, nobody takes themselves too seriously.

A few Cirris people pose in PJs for a photo op.


Service

Cirris has a long history of service to the community including over 20 years of serving Meals on Wheels for the elderly and School Bell Dressing for less fortunate kids.

Annette helps a young elementary student get fitted for clothes.