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If you’re ready to grow personally, professionally and financially, a career at Alabama Farm Credit makes these goals possible. Through our cooperative, you can make a personal impact on people and communities where we do business.
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Who Are We

Headquartered in Cullman, Alabama, we have five branch offices and one administrative office that serves the northern 27 counties of our state. We also serve the agricultural-related needs of the two major metropolitan areas of Alabama in Birmingham and Huntsville. Our cooperative helps fund new ways to grow food, generate energy, access technology and otherwise improve life in rural America.
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John Christopher Batts
Tuscumbia Branch Manager
AFC is driven by the desire to make our customers successful. This can be mostly attributed to how many of our employees are also involved with agriculture or have farming background. I get up every morning excited to go to work because I get to help the Ag community and my co-workers.
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Will Gotcher
Loan Officer
Company culture is like no other. Everyone is so helpful and courteous. I can tell everyone enjoys the work they get to do. Really like a family at the office.
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Samantha Southerland
PR and Marketing Manager
Alabama Farm Credit treats is employees and members like family. It is what sets us apart from every other business. Your voice is heard, your opinion matters and your hard work is rewarded.
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Taylor May
Credit Analyst
I have been an employee of AFC for five years, and every year has been full of growth. I am thankful to be part of a working community that supports, encourages, and appreciates my contributions daily. Everyday is a new adventure with the opportunity to better yourself, your community and agriculture field.
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Jim Tollison
Regional Vice President East
People say they want a career a not just a job and that is something Alabama Farm Credit provides. I interned in 1995, and was hired full time in 1997. Since then, I've gained a background in legal documents, real estate titles, appraisals, and underwriting and farming operations ranging from wineries to timberland and a great deal in between. I've worked in two offices and made loans in over 20 Alabama counties. We're always growing and adjusting to meet our member and industry needs. AFC gave me a chance to have a career in agriculture that I didn't realize was possible growing up on the farm. And, I've made lifelong friends along the way.
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Kelli Allison
Your career should be something that you enjoy. Here at Alabama Farm Credit, I enjoy being able to help grow the agriculture industry. I enjoy helping new, young, and established farmers succeed in their goals and dreams. I grew up in the cattle and poultry industries, but I have learned so much more while working here - more about what it takes to achieve those aspirations and dreams. We would love for you join our team, our Alabama Farm Credit family.
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Alicia Looney
Loan Documentation Supervisor
We have grown significantly over the last few years but, throughout, we have somehow managed to maintain a family atmosphere. The employees truly care about each other on both a personal and professional level. It is a great feeling to be able to work with people and for a company that makes you feel appreciated, and places value on investing in you. The spirit of teamwork is unlike anywhere I've ever worked.

Our Core Values

Our mission at Alabama Farm Credit is to be the premier lender of Rural Agricultural Credit and Financial Services in North Alabama. Part of staying true to this mission is by honoring and adhering to sound business practices and by measuring value against what’s most important to our members/borrowers.

The Association will adhere to the mission by:

  • Being consistent with sound business practices.
  • Maintaining the viability of a strong dependable lending organization.
  • Measuring each action for its value to the member/borrower, both individually and collectively.
  • Following the seven cooperative principles.


  • Affordable health, dental and vision plans.
  • 401K Plan with up to a 9% employer contribution/match.
  • An outstanding company-wide incentive program.
  • Accommodations and flexible vacation and sick days.
  • Up to $800/year health and wellness reimbursement.
  • Employer-paid life insurance disability.
  • 100% tuition reimbursement.
  • 12 paid association holidays.
  • Company-paid clothing allowance.
  • Flexible sick leave.

Life at Alabama Farm Credit

Open Positions

We are an aggressively growing Farm Credit association, rapidly approaching $1 billion in assets. Alabama Farm Credit is dedicated to the financial needs of rural communities, where our employees have the opportunity to make a personal impact on people and communities where we do business.

Regional Vice President –Western Region


The Regional Vice President is responsible for planning, directing, and managing the overall operations of multiple branch offices within the western region of the Alabama Farm Credit territory. Performs a direct role in the analysis, structuring, and monitoring of large and/or complex loans. Has considerable latitude for decision making in the implementation of association goals.


Alabama Farm Credit is an aggressively growing $1.031 billion Farm Credit association dedicated to the financial needs of our rural communities. In short, we help fund new ways to grow food, generate energy, access technology, and otherwise improve life in rural America. A career at Alabama Farm Credit can offer you the opportunity to make a personal impact on the people and communities where we do business. The institution is headquartered in Cullman, AL with five offices that serve the northern twenty-seven (27) counties of Alabama. We continue to serve the agricultural related needs of the two major metropolitan areas of Alabama in Birmingham and Huntsville. We also provide competitive compensation, health and wellness benefits, company-funded retirement plan, “best in market” matching 401(k), and professional development programs.

Location: Administration Office - Cullman, AL

Reports to: Chief Risk Officer


Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Agricultural Economics, Finance, or related field plus a minimum of ten (10) years of experience in agribusiness, lending, credit analysis and/or sales experience with a related financial services or agricultural credit organization required; master’s degree preferred. A minimum of five (5) years successful experience in a management role, with a proven ability to effectively lead a team. Experience with a complex commercial portfolio is a requirement of this Vice President position. Demonstrates sound influence and negotiation skills in responsibilities such as loan pricing, loan terms and conditions. Possesses sound credit analysis skills with the ability to appropriately structure loan packages and proposals. Has thorough knowledge of client needs and the association’s product offerings. Demonstrates agricultural expertise including solid knowledge of multiple agricultural industries.


  • Primary responsibility is to establish goals and objectives for the western region and its employees, delegating authority as appropriate to carry out the association’s goals and objective. Manages the loan portfolio pipeline for the region and leads calling efforts for customers and prospects. Hires, motivates, evaluates, and provides for training of branch office employees.
  • Consults with staff on routine loan origination and the analysis, pricing and structuring of credit. Direct and mentor staff in the structuring of large and/or complex loans that may entail higher risk to the Association. These loans exceed a delegated authority level established by management. Monitors credit quality and ratings. Meets with customers and business owners to promote new loans, investigate complaints, and resolve customer service issues.
  • Assists with the compliance with internal controls, credit standards, and standards of conduct for the offices supervised. Ensures that loans in the Regional portfolio are properly risk rated, assigned loss given defaults are correct and performance status assignments are proper. Complies with proper credit administration practices as outlined in association’s policies and procedures. Monitors progress and informs management of the assigned region’s success in meeting association goals.
  • Develop a professional presence within assigned territory through participation in commodity groups and networking with agricultural industry knowledge contacts. Contribute to the Association’s image as the leading ag financial institution.
  • Maintains awareness of agricultural trends and business activity, FCA regulations, and legal obligations. Ensures all operations comply with applicable policies, regulations, and laws. Oversees the preparation of all reports required by association management.


  • An outstanding company-wide incentive program
  • Accommodating and flexible vacation and sick leave
  • 12 paid holidays
  • 401(k) plan with up to a 9% employer contribution/match
  • Affordable health, dental, and vision plans
  • Employer paid life insurance and disability
  • Tuition reimbursement (100%)
  • Up to $800/year wellness reimbursement
  • Company paid clothing allowance
  • Association vehicle with unlimited personal mileage, company paid cell phone and laptop