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Pricing Analyst 
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adzuna-us  |  United States  |  

Ref:
ADZUNA-US-ECKS1
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Employer:
Location:
United StatesCommon St, MA, 01801
Category:
Management/Management
Work Type:
Permanent
Work Time:
Full Time
Tags:
job,united-states,adzuna

Description 

Growing profitable industry leader needs a strong analyst to support their most important operational area.

As a Pricing Analyst, you will be primarily involved with supporting/improving the current pricing processes/projects, measurement, and analyses, while helping establish new, actionable pricing strategies, operating metrics, and KPIs.

This role will positively impact the business through management of key pricing-related activities, supporting existing as well as new pricing projects, and partnering with critical stakeholders such as Operations, Sales/Account Management, and Client Experience to increase organizational value.Primary Functions:Support the annual price increase process.

This process requires deep integration between Operations, Sales/Account Management, Client Experience, Marketing, IT, Operational Excellence, and a third-party vendor.

The candidate should seek to improve the current annual price increase process.Provide direct management of the price increase measurement process.

Coordination among Finance, IT and Operations is critical.

Scope includes existing process improvements and future state planning and implementation.Analyze, evaluate, and implement pricing strategies for current products and identify areas for improvement.

This will involve gathering and analyzing data for opportunities among existing and potential service offerings.Support the Master Data Management (MDM) Configure Price Quote (CPQ) implementation (in collaboration with Director).Support the potential implementation of third-party pricing software.Support the Pricing organization on an ad hoc basis with pricing analyses and models such as discount trending, competitive pricing, bundling, cost-plus and value-based pricing.