Application Developer


Omaha, NE, US, 68137-2210

Req ID:  1188
Salary Range:  $99,040-$170,410
Incentive Opportunity:  10% - 25%

Job Summary


*Hybrid-Must work a percentage of time each week in the Omaha, NE office.*


Farm Credit Services of America is a great place to work. You see it in our people and the relationships they have with each other and our customers. Our passion and commitment to serving both rural America and each other is key to our success in the marketplace.  


We are looking for an experienced full stack Application Developer to join our team. In this role, you will be part of a full-stack, custom development team in a fast-paced, agile environment where agile development is embraced, and innovation is encouraged. You will participate in ideation and brainstorming sessions to devise creative and disruptive solutions, applications, APIs and data solutions to drive toward implementation of those solutions. You will be building solutions that support our customers and our teammates who serve them. Ultimately, your work will impact our mission to become Agriculture’s most valued financial partner.  

Essential Duties & Responsibilities


  • Collaborate with product owners to understand desired systems.   

  • Solve problems by reviewing the objectives and scope, gathering facts, analyzing data, and preparing alternatives.   

  • Perform design, development, and quality within a project team by following or adapting patterns established within a team project   

  • Produce software solutions that inherently support testing at multiple levels prior to delivery.   

  • Effectively leverage tools and best practices to enable continuous integration and frequent, reliable releases.   

  • Monitor system performance to ensure that efficient operations and results are achieved.  

Education Requirements


  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, MIS, Electrical Engineering or another relevant field required.  

Years of Experience


  • 5+ years’ experience developing multi-tier web-based and/or mobile platform technologies preferred.  
  • Creating considered integrations with cloud-based solutions.  
  • Demonstrated aptitude for technical problem solving, abstract thinking, and logic associated with software development.  
  • A proven track record in one or more of the following areas:  
  • Creating web-based applications utilizing Visual Studio and related Microsoft .NET Technologies (C#, Web API, Entity Framework, .NET Core)  
  • Web Technologies and frameworks such as REST API, Angular, JavaScript, HTML5, CSS  
  • SQL Server or similar relational database management system  
  • Azure DevOps, GIT  
  • Unit testing frameworks such as NUnit  
  • Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery, utilizing version control and build processes  
  • Cloud services experience a plus (Azure, AWS, etc.) 


About Us:

Farm Credit Services of America (FCSAmerica), AgCountry Farm Credit Services and Frontier Farm Credit are financial cooperatives operating under joint management. While each Association is owned by its local farmers and ranchers, the cooperatives pool their resources, expertise and talent to deliver unrivaled credit and crop insurance services. 


FCSAmerica supports rural communities and agriculture in Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming. AgCountry serves North Dakota, Minnesota and Wisconsin, and Frontier Farm Credit supports eastern Kansas. Together, we partner with nearly 82,000 agricultural producers and agribusinesses. 

It takes a lot of expertise to meet the needs of today’s agricultural industry, and our combined 2600+ employees provide that in areas of lending, risk management, business services, technology, marketing, and customer and employee education.

We have employment opportunities across our combined eight states. FCSAmerica operates out of its headquarters in Omaha, Nebraska, and 48 local offices; AgCountry is headquartered in Fargo, ND has 45 local offices; and Frontier Farm Credit, has six local offices.

We take pride in serving every aspect of agriculture, from the young and beginning producers to some of the nation’s largest and most complex agribusinesses.