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Northwest FCS is a great place to work. They offer outstanding benefits, encourage outside training and knowledge gathering. A good life and work balance is encouraged (definitely a plus).
Not many downsides of working for Northwest FCS. The technology is a bit outdated, but they seem to be working to improve that.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through college or university. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Northwest Farm Credit Services.
I spoke with a women at a Campus Job Fair, submitted my application online and received a call about 2 weeks later. I first had a phone interview with very basic job and class questions. Basically we went down my resume and I elaborated on each item. Then a week later I was invited to interview at the corporate office in Spokane. I met with the recruiter, the training specialist, the VP's of the 2 possible departments I would work in. That same day I had another interview with 2 people from the HR department. They each asked typical interview questions and I got to ask a lot of my own questions. About 2 weeks later I was offered a job to start as soon as a graduated school.
- I don't remember the exact wording of the question, but it was basically tell us about your perfect day, what would you do, where would you go, who would you bring with you, and why? Answer Question
Well they wanted me to move to another state, I tried to negotiate to stay in Washington, but that was a deal breaker so I accepted.
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Northwest Farm Credit Services is an agricultural lender that provides financial services to farmers, ranchers, agribusinesses, commercial fishermen, timber producers, and rural home owners in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington. The cooperatively-owned company has a network of around 50 branches and offers a broad range of flexible loan programs to meet the needs of people in the agriculture business. Farm Credit also provides leasing services, appraisal services, and life, mortgage, disability, and crop insurance, as well as legal advocacy and assistance to ...