Accounts Payable Clerks are responsible for check financial records for accuracy. A lot of the work is also known as bookkeeping. Most generally, you'll be working in an office setting, but occassionally you'll get to visit clients at their place of work. A change of scenary might be nice.
You'll probably want some postsecondary education experience under your belt if you're going to try to become an accounts payable clerk. But you'll also be able to learn some on-the-job so keep that in mind. The big takeaway here is that you'll want some basic math and computer skills so that you can perform your work effortlessly.