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OTR Senior Pricing Analyst

Responsibilities:

Subject matter expert for OTR Commercial pricing by providing financial analysis, margin information/enhancement opportunities, and impact analysis and direction for proposed pricing/programming strategies Create analytical models, interpret data and provide recommendations for strategic product/segment price positioning Drive tactical execution excellence across all areas of OTR Commercial Pricing OTR strategic partner for Finance to ensure accurate pricing data for forecasting/budgeting processes Provide thought leadership for key critical pricing moves within the OTR markets by ensuring channel strategies are aligned Drive continuous improvement and innovation in the pricing area by suggesting/implementing changes to current processes and strategies to enable agile/flexible responses to volatile competitive market Identify Key Performance Indicators relevant to the Pricing impact on profitability to drive accountability and performance measurement Build strong cross functional relationships Partner with Manager, Pricing Analytics and Reporting to identify and execute critical KPIs, metrics, dashboards to guide/inform senior level key decision makers

Essential Knowledge, Skills, and Training & Development
Ability to perform complex financial modeling using extensive various technical platforms Extensive knowledge of ERP systems, bolt on modular interfaces, capability optimization Business manager mindset with drive for continuous process improvement Thorough understanding of pricing/cost/margin decisions on company profitability Strong organizational agility to enhance cross-functional communication and collaboration Ability to communicate with all levels of organization Exceptional leadership abilities

Qualifications

Bachelor's degree in Finance/Marketing Business, MBA required. 6-8+ years in related job preferred



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