Pricing Analyst

Company Name:
W.J. Bradley Mortgage Capital, LLC
W.J. Bradley is seeking a Pricing Analyst who will serve as the point of contact on pricing inquiries. They will reviews and analyze internal and external product pricing and develops pricing options to improve margins. They will also perform pricing analysis and identifies process improvement and efficiencies.
Duties will include:
Serves as the point of contact to Strategy and Data Analytics on pricing inquiries
Manages price matrix and price list maintenance across multiple markets and product segments
Identifies margin improvement opportunities through analytics
Partners with sales and other business units to help refine pricing processes and support margin objectives
Performs adhoc analysis to identify opportunities with underperforming branches, products and markets
Identifies improvements and efficiencies in the price setting process
Analyze market intel and make recommendations on pricing changes
Other duties may be assigned
Bachelor's degree in Accounting/Finance or equivalent
Minimum of two (2) years of pricing or finance experience with a focus on improving margins
Working Knowledge of database query tools/reports and Excel pivot table, vlookup data tables, SQL
Experience with Pricing Software tools would be a plus
Experience with price matrix management is a plus
Mortgage industry experience is beneficial
Strong analytical skills
Ability to compose effective and efficient finance presentations
Experience with VBA coding a plus
Strong Experience with Microsoft Office Suite, advanced Excel skills
Ability to communicate effectively with various levels of management and articulate solutions in a manner that leads to desired results
Work collaboratively with other departments and functional teams to coordinate effective solutions
Identify and act on ideas which further the Company's strategic goals and business plan objectives
Ability to think strategically and innovatively
Desire to strive for continuous improvement in processes and skills
Flexible in fast-paced environment

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