Northwest Farm Credit Services supports agriculture and rural communities with reliable, consistent credit and financial services, today and tomorrow.
Improve the lives of customers and employees, the communities where we work and raise our families, and the Northwest agriculture, food and fiber industries that perform a vital role in the United States and around the world.
Northwest Farm Credit Services is your trusted source for financial solutions. No other lender understands the agriculture, food and fiber industries better and is more committed to their future and that of rural America.
Northwest Farm Credit Services is directed and controlled by a 14-member Board of Directors. Eleven directors are customers, elected by customers. Three directors are appointed by the Board. Two outside directors provide independence and special expertise. The third board-appointed position is a customer director.
The association is managed by a nine-member leadership team. Each Northwest FCS local branch office has three to six Local Advisors who are appointed by customers to provide advice and feedback to the association's board and management.
We come from a wide range of backgrounds and possess a variety of skills, but share a passion for helping rural residents and communities thrive. Meet some of our employees.
As a strong, stable company poised for growth, we provide a menu of health and wellness, financial and educational opportunities that allow employees to build their own benefits package. We offer medical, dental, vision, life, and short and long-term disability insurance, 401k plan, paid holidays, volunteer time, vacation and sick leave, educational assistance/tuition reimbursement, and more.
New employees are eligible to enroll in benefits on their start date, with insurance coverage beginning on the first or sixteenth day of the month following enrollment. Regular part-time employees are eligible for benefits if they work a minimum of 20 hours per week.
Disclaimer: Northwest FCS reserves the right to alter, reduce, or eliminate any pay practice, policy, or benefit without notice except for those provisions required by law. Employees shall be entitled to only those benefits in place at the time of employment.
Francisco, Credit Officer – Twin Falls, Idaho
As a credit officer, I enjoy working with customers and understanding the financial aspects of their operation. Outside of work, I love spending time with my family and friends, and enjoy traveling.
Sonja, VP-Lending & Insurance – Spokane, Washington
As a Vice President of Lending & Insurance, I have an opportunity to work with many groups across the organization that directly benefit our customers. I have the opportunity to work with our new credit officer trainees as they prepare to become future leaders of this organization and serve our customers and rural communities.
I have been working at Northwest Farm Credit Services full-time (Less than a year)
NWFCS really does put it's customers and employees first. They are doing the right things to help customers and take care of their employees as well. Supporting rural communities and agriculture is at the heart of our business and we remind ourselves of that everyday! What a great concept! It is very refreshing to work for a company with this as their culture. I have yet to meet an employee that is not happy here. If you are lucky enough to get the opportunity to work here you should do it!
I have yet to find anything here to complain about. They are doing the best for customers and employees. I wish I would have been fortunate enough to find this company years ago. They are a very quite giant!
Advice to Management
Keep up the good work! You are doing the right things for the communities we live in!
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Northwest Farm Credit Services (Spokane, WA) in November 2017.
1 hour, 4 person panel-they seemed prideful and uninterested. I question if they truly care about agriculture given their own work histories. Feels very corporate. When I later asked other employees about their experience with the company they seemed to be holding back from what they really wanted to say.