Cash management coordinators are responsible for entering all of a company’s receipts, as well as general administrative duties to support its financial team. These coordinators must be able to work in a high-volume environment with confidence and precision, and with both physical and electronic receipts and relevant platforms.
Strong interpersonal and communication skills are important in this position to effectively interact with coworkers and management in both the finance department and throughout the company, and they must also have knowledge and experience in posting unknown cash receipts to a clearing account and clearing those same items. They must also know how to handle requests to reapply or cancel cash receipts and provide proof of payment when necessary.
Cash management coordinators should have excellent keyboarding and 10-key skills and proficiency with spreadsheets and accounting software, and must be able to work under pressure in a fast-paced environment. Experience with Microsoft Office and sending and forwarding emails is also necessary, and they must always be professional and committed to customer satisfaction.
Precision and close attention to detail are essential in this position, and a high school diploma is usually a minimum requirement, while college accounting/finance classes are also beneficial.
Cash Management Coordinator Tasks
Enter and analyze financial data, and reconcile electronic records.
Manage financial documents, including forwarding and archiving key papers.
Balance and audit accounts and post cash for all payments.