Technician/Wardrobe (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – January 10, 2018
A fun family and the best job I have ever had. I worked there 12 years and every day was a joy. Leaving has been truly sad. Which is why I am trying to find another job on indeed...if they ever stop asking me questions and let me actually apply for work. Hint, hint indeed.
Seriously. If you want a job that pays more then just the bills. Cirque.
Acrobat (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – December 12, 2017
Cirque is a phenomenal company that has plenty of room for growth in different departments. Timing is usually everything with this company. They try to provide relaxed yet professional environments and take care of their staff.
Free, food, 6 massages yearly, discounts, lax work environment
Artistic (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – October 29, 2017
Everyone at Cirque Du Soleil is extremely helpful and understanding during your first few months getting to know the company structure. At first the job is very overwhelming, but once you get situated, you feel like you belong.
Horrible drama filled scene, managers seem to be above others and DRAMA is overwhelming
Retail Associate (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – October 10, 2017
Managers act as if they are above everyone else and above doing simple things to help out the rest of the team. They point out flaws and mistakes in front of other co-workers and 1 penny short in a til and you go onto probation. The other retail associates talk about managers behind their backs and then go to managers and talk about drama.
Work consisted of working out of a hot metal box with poor ac during the summer days, short breaks, poor management, but I did learn how to deal with customer issue on spot and consistent salesmen skill. I dreaded working the long hot hours outdoor, but enjoyed pushing myself to over achieve each day better than before.
short break, outdoor with little ac, troubleshooting
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – August 29, 2017
Horrible management, they treat you like children. you get in trouble for talking and the management are rude and around the ages of 20-29 so you cant take them seriously. theres no pay raises or advancement opportunities.
free tickets to show, and discounts
poor management, lack of advancement opportunities, and poor pay.
Cahier/Cook (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – August 9, 2017
It was a pretty easy job. The managers were always there when you needed help. All my co-workers were friendly and really nice. Sometimes we would have little contests to see who would sell more. There was around 13 registers.
Usher/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – May 8, 2017
One of the best jobs I had. It was fun everyday, upbeat enviorment and ready to work. Loved the performers and my co-workers. The hardest part of the job was dealing with the intoxicated costumers the best was going under that tent and being lost to the real world. Magical.
Do you want a fantastic life? Run away with the circus!
NY / Wig and Hair Stylist / ZARKANA (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 7, 2017
What can I say? This experience changed my life in every way imaginable. It took me out of my small town and gave me the entire world. I am forever grateful for the friends and experience I gained from this grand adventure.
Travel and working with people from all over the world
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – March 20, 2017
Was in charge of making sure customers were helped and satisfied. Accommodated any issues I had authority to over see. Was in charge of counting money in and out of register and occasionally pulling the deposit from my own drawer.
Met lively people and enjoyed helping others
Staff was very laid back and didn't do their job at times
Performance (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – October 20, 2016
I was a part of this Company and i enjoyed every second of it. It is hard work and you always have to be in shape. Sometimes you can face with people who are jealous, sorry but this is tru, but never mind - it is life.
Athletic Therapist (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – June 24, 2016
Over past 7 years my capacity as a Clinician / Athletic Trainer is much more in depth giving me the tools to assess, rehabilitate, and manage injuries of all natures. Typical day is managing work load of artist to minimize injuries, and accommodate their physical restrictions. Apply daily injury prevention measures, and continuously educating artist. Communicating with artistic team of artist well-being and updating them on artist show/training status. Direct Weekly Emergency rescue procedures rehearsals to make sure we are prepared for he unique type of rescue scenarios that could happen in the circus, and every member of teams role is clear and understood in the event of an emergency. Co-workers are the most unique as they get as they come from all corners of the world, and from different walks of life. I have learned from each and every one of them.