What does an Accounts Payable Coordinator do?

Accounts payable specialists are responsible for managing and maintaining financial records, with a particular emphasis on processing invoices and other bills. They review and reconcile invoices, obtain any necessary approvals, and initiate payment. They use a variety of AP software programs and other electronic tools to allow for fast and efficient processing and ensure accurate recordkeeping. They prepare year-end summaries, statements, and tax forms such as 1099s. They perform a range of general bookkeeping and accounting tasks.

Accounts payable specialists typically have at least a high school diploma, although additional training or education is helpful. They commonly have a background in accounting or administrative support, and ideally have experience in roles involving the processing of invoices. Proficiency with office software programs like Excel is generally expected.

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EducationBachelor's Degree
Work/Life Balance
3.4 ★
Salary Range--
Career Opportunity
3.1 ★
Avg. Experience2-4 years

Accounts Payable Coordinator Salaries

Average Base Pay

$52,854 /yr
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Not including cash compensation
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$38K
Median: $53K
$74K
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Accounts Payable Coordinator Career Path

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Accounts Payable Specialist
$48,943/yr
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Aug. 12, 2020

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Apr. 8, 2021

“Not necessarily a negative, but ensure your requested compensation is what you believe you are worth.”

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