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 Benefits:

  • Free food every day
  • On-site shower facility
  • On-site workout room
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Employee ownership
  • Excellent Health Benefits
  • Free Costco membership
  • 401k with generous match
  • Company parties
  • Ping Pong table/Foosball table

Cirris Systems is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO). All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age or veteran status.


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.


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 everyone at Cirris gets to know each other.

Cirris Summer party pie-eating contest.


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.


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.