Careers

Why work with Cape Fear Farm Credit?

Headquartered in Fayetteville, North Carolina, Cape Fear Farm Credit offers career opportunities throughout Southeastern North Carolina. With a passion for agriculture, we work for our customer-owners as we advocate for agriculture and to provide the needed financial services to be successful.

Current Openings

As an Association, we're dedicated to providing an excellent work environment for our employees, and it shows in our organization's high morale, many long-term employees and strong team spirit.

 

Cape Fear Farm Credit employees benefit from:

  • Competitive compensation
  • Excellent benefits program
  • Training and development opportunities
  • Advancement opportunity through internal job postings

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  • Cape Fear is a family, not only with employees, as close relationships have also been built with our borrowers.

    Elizabeth Hester, Employee since 2017
    Elizabeth Hester, Employee since 2017
  • Farm Credit has been a wonderful place to work and is good to their employees and customers; for that, I will always be grateful.

    Becky Thompson, 2018 retiree
    Becky Thompson, 2018 retiree
  • Recent Career AgNews

    Meet Dillon - A CFFC Summer Intern

    My name is Dillon Pilkington. Growing up in Clinton, North Carolina I have been around agriculture my whole life. One of my first jobs was working on a blueberry farm in Garland, North Carolina. I have had a few jobs since then and they all dealt with some different aspect...
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    Meet Kiana Myers - a CFFC Summer Intern

    June 6, 2021 - Hello! I am Kiana Myers, a senior international business major at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. I choose to study international business because business is global. Not only will I have the understanding of how businesses operate in the US but also overseas. Furthermore...
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    Meet Cathryn Jones - CFFC Summer Intern

    As the daughter in a farm family in Mount Olive, North Carolina, agriculture has always been a big part of my life. For a lot of people in this industry, agriculture is not your typical “9-5 job”, it’s more of a lifestyle. From an early age, my brother and I...
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