What Contract and Billing contributes to Cardinal Health
Contracts and Billing is responsible for finance related activities such as customer and vendor contract administration, customer and vendor pricing, rebates, billing (including drop-ships), processing chargebacks and vendor invoices, developing and negotiating customer and group purchasing contracts.
This position will also be responsible for customer onboarding:
What is expected of you and others at this level
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Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Contract Coordinator is $43,958 per year or $21 per hour. The highest paying Contract Coordinator jobs have a salary over $58,000 per year while the lowest paying Contract Coordinator jobs pay $33,000 per year
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