- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
We were honored once again with the Best Places to Work Inland Northwest, best large company award. We don't take it for granted. This is a special recognition for the hard work and great attitudes of all our co-workers every day who make life in rural communities better every year.
"From our first-day orientation to our leadership meetings, engagement is a prominent element. If things are important, you've got to continuously talk about them." Northwest Farm Credit believes in the power of employee engagement, and we back it up with action and measurement. Read about our journey in this article by Gallup. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vM5Ma
We serve a noble purpose to 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 FCS is more than a business of numbers. We’re a business of talented people who have a passion for helping others. We work as a team, sharing ideas and collaborating in a warm, welcoming culture. We enjoy meaningful, challenging jobs with endless opportunities to learn, grow and advance our careers to make a significant difference for those we serve.
I have been working at Northwest Farm Credit Services full-time (More than 3 years)
Overall the company as a whole seems to care about their employees and customers. Managers take the time to develop relationships with their direct reports and care about their career trajectory. You can easily get behind the core values of the company.
Benefits package as a whole is generous, although base salary has been known to lag competitors in the area. Overall not much to complain about.
Advice to Management
Be more transparent with field staff
I applied online. I interviewed at Northwest Farm Credit Services.
The interview was very informational for both myself and the company. Questions were directed at my experience and the way I would handle situations. The interview also discussed understanding of specific rules and regulations about the position applied for.