The Pricing Analyst will be the primary contact for pricing systems and tools used within the business and product lines. In this role, you will utilize comprehensive knowledge of best pricing practices and procedures to optimize value for multiple products or sites and create moderately complex analysis of the data. You will serve as the primary owner of all published location, regional, and national pricelists for assigned products, and product lines.
Perform pricing process management including new product pricing evaluation, set up, pricing period adjustments, and end to end leadership of the pricing process.
Collaborate with internal teams to align pricing strategy, profitability goals and expectations and provide data and pricing experience to answer questions, resolve pricing discrepancies, and create individual market approaches as needed.
Coordinate the new and current Stock Keeping Unit (SKU) pricing position by collecting and interpreting competitive pricing intel to align with the go-to-market pricing strategy, and work to ensure profitability alignment.
Update, maintain, evaluate and distribute price lists.
Analyze current trend and performance data and provide recommendations for pricing strategy improvements.
Independently solve moderately complex issues with minimal supervision, while escalating more complex issues to appropriate staff.
Other duties as assigned
Bachelor’s degree in Finance or Accountant
Minimum of two years of related work experience in pricing and finance.
Ability to interpret and work with data to provide analysis
Advanced English level
Experience with current analysis software
Four years of experience in finance process and pricing
Previous pricing and finance experience
Have some knowledge on handling large data sets
Have good hands on experience on statistical tools like Power BI
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