Love Your Work
What it’s Like to Work at MCI: The Work Itself, The Culture, The Benefits
This job has meaning. Every day you’re helping people get closer to health by transporting specimens that could mean the difference between life and death. Your cargo could be a brain tissue sample that can’t be collected again, or a blood draw to diagnose cancer. There is true human consequence to this work—we know our job matters.
“I’m helping transport things that really matter.”
—Daniel, Driver, 5 year employee
Everything we do at MCI comes down to the patient, and that means we care about safety and being meticulous. Our work environment is clean and organized, our cars are well-maintained, and our uniforms are crisp. We take pride in doing our job well down to the last detail.
We drive a green fleet, and the fleet manager is routinely checking oil levels, tire pressure, and overall vehicle fitness every day so drivers can focus on driving.
Medical Couriers was started in 1969 by Frank Reiff, father and grandfather to the current MCI team. It’s a family environment where coworkers have your back. Some of our drivers have been with us for over 20 years.
“MCI cares about their employees.”
—Sal, Driver, 20 year employee
We care about our employees. We ask how they are on a daily basis. We get to know them. This is what it means to create a culture people like being a part of. We want our employees to want to come to work, and that means treating them like human beings that have feelings, things to celebrate, and challenges to overcome. We believe in our employees because they are part of our family.
Our clients feel it too. They care about our drivers because our drivers care about them. The family feeling extends beyond the Sacramento hub.
“When I take days off, the clients say they’re glad I’m back. That makes me feel great.”
—Victor, Driver, 5 year employee
We know that if we invest in our people, they’ll stay with us. That’s why we offer more than just competitive wages. MCI offers healthcare coverage, vacation days, sick pay, and life insurance.
“I love my job.” —Gilbert, Fleet Manager
The average length of time our employees stay with us is 5 years, with our longest-term employee being with us for 20. The care and quality of work our long-term team members demonstrate reflects who we are as a company. And this care directly affects the patients we serve.
Who We Look For
We are always looking for conscientious people who share the same “no job is too small” ethic that guides our company to this day. If you feel that’s you, we’d love to have a conversation.
We’re always looking to grow the family. Tell us a little about yourself.
Medical Couriers Inc. is an equal opportunity employer that does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, sex, age, ethnicity, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran status, disability status or any other basis prohibited by federal, state or local law.