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.

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

    Sydney Smith - A CFFC Intern

    Growing up as a farmer’s daughter, I have learned more about agriculture throughout my 21 years than some people will learn in a lifetime. I have grown to appreciate the hard work that it takes to provide even the simplest necessities in life, such as food. Living in the Beaver...
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    Quinton Barnes - A CFFC Intern

    My name is Quinton Barnes I am a senior computer information systems and supply chain management major at Appalachian State University. I grew up in Atkinson, North Carolina, a small town of around three hundred people just outside of Burgaw. Farming was always a dominant industry around where I lived...
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    Maggie Warren - A CFFC Intern

    Being raised by an agricultural family in the small town of Spivey’s Corner allowed me to gain first-hand experience with various aspects of crop production and animal husbandry. At the age of five my Papa fastened me in his combine to espy the breathtaking, never-ending fields of soybean and corn....
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