Accounts Payable Coordinator

Accounts Payable Coordinator

job details:

  • location:West Harrison, NY

  • salary:$40,000 - $55,000 per year

  • date posted:Tuesday, September 11, 2018

  • experience:3 Years

  • job type:Permanent

  • industry:Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting

  • reference:439431

  • questions:914-696-0330.

job description

Accounts Payable Coordinator

job summary:

Senior Accounts Payable Specialist Needed!

Massively growing organization in White Plains, NY is looking for an Accounts Payable Coordinator to add to their team. This position is due to a recent expansion company wide. The ideal candidate will possess a minimum of 3 years of previous experience in an Accounts Payable capacity.

location: West Harrison, New York

job type: Permanent

salary: $40,000 - 55,000 per year

work hours: 9 to 6

education: Associate's degree

experience: 3 Years


Manage full-cycle AP including entering invoices into programs while reviewing for accuracy.

  • Match Purchase Orders to appropriate vendors and reports.

  • Work alongside outside vendors and several departments to ensure proper approvals are in place.

  • Light general ledger accounting along with the ability to code invoices

  • Scan and file completed invoices after each check run.

  • Compile and report year-end 1099 compliance


  • Associate's degree in Accounting or related Business Field

  • 3 Years' experience in Accounts Payable or similar accounting field preferred

  • Experience with MS Excel, MS Word

skills: Accounts Payable, Expense Reports, AP, Month-End Close, High Volume, A/P Processing, Coding/Batching, 1099s, A/P Review, Disbursements/Check Runs, EFT/Wire Transfer

Equal Opportunity Employer: Race, Color, Religion, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, National Origin, Age, Genetic Information, Disability, Protected Veteran Status, or any other legally protected group status.

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