Pricing Analyst

Frankly Recruitment
09 May 2017
08 Jun 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

POSITION: Pricing Analyst

Our client based on the outskirts of Swindon are looking for a Pricing Analyst to join their team on a temp to perm basis. As the successful candidate, you will be a strong communicator with excellent analytical and Excel skills.

The Role: The role holder will assume responsibility for recording the Land business' day-to-day lifting's from our national supply locations. They will be required to ensure that the company's supplier contracts are fulfilled. This position requires a highly numerate and analytical individual who is eager to join a leading Fortune 100 brand and provide strategic insights and information to senior managers.

Specific responsibilities include:

  • Record Company lifting's on a daily basis.
  • Monitor Company lifting's to ensure Supply Contracts are fulfilled.
  • Report on Customer Contracts to ensure compliance.
  • Capture and monitor third party supplier prices and advise the marketing team.
  • Provide market reports to management team when required.
  • Create and issue Pricelists for external customers on behalf of our depot network
  • Liaise with the Management and Representatives to assist with price support.
  • Assist with Inventory management.
  • Purchase fuel on the Spot markets
  • Ensure consistence of Fuel Supply.

The Person:

    • The successful candidate will likely have previous experience gained working as a Data or Pricing Analyst in an office environment.
    • A degree/qualification in the areas of Mathematics, Finance or Economics is desirable, but not essential.
    • Strong numerical skills are essential.
    • Advanced Microsoft Excel skills and experience of using VB Macros is essential.
    • Strong written and oral communication skills are essential.
    • Ability to work well under pressure and to prioritise effectively is essential.
    • Strong team working skills are important
    • Experience of analysing commodity and financial markets and providing key insights to management is desirable but not essential