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.

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 AgNews

    Apply Today: Innovative Young Farmer of the Year Award

    Do you know an innovative, young farmer? Would you like them to be recognized? 

    On February 1, 2019, Farm Credit Associations of North Carolina will sponsor the Innovative Young Farmer award at the Tobacco Farm Life Museum's "Breakfast with the Commissioner" in Raleigh, NC.

    North Carolina's future is dependent on

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    $10.67 Million in Early Patronage Distributed

    Cape Fear Farm Credit distributes an early patronage of $10.67 million to its customer-owners on October 30, 2018. 

    “We understand that recovering from a natural disaster, such as Hurricane Florence, takes time and resources” states Gary Hendrix, Chairman of Cape Fear Farm Credit Board of Directors. “In order to get

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    A Simple Reminder, we're in this together

    Weeks after Hurricane Florence left its mark, and then most recently by Hurricane Michael, many parts of the east coast was left in devastation. From Florida to North Carolina, some farmers lost their crops, livestock operations and equipment, families lost their homes and business owners were left with heartbreak.

     

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