Distribution Pricing Manager

Company Name:
Dixon Hughes Goodman, LLP
Great opportunity for Pricing Manager for Large Distribution Center
-- Proper deployment of the Division's pricing strategy in the local competitive context
-- Execution and Management of Horizontal & Vertical Pricing strategy
-- Establish pricing for product lines in accordance with target brand positioning in order to achieve the marketing and financial goals.
-- Develop and implement key pricing processes necessary to achieve the optimal pricing for the product lines products in support of the Product line Marketing and financial objectives.
-- Evaluate and re-define price positioning based on on-going analysis of vendors, products, product-lines and competitive market situation.
-- Track and analyse margin evolution for our brands and for our competitors
-- Suggest price evolution according to market situations
-- Monitor price movements in the market and recommend necessary pricing actions.
-- Utilize the retail/competitive pricing data to help manage pricing strategy business
-- Develop and implement methods for better pricing analysis and pricing decision making
-- Alert management to possible issues with customer pricing and competitive situations

Qualifications / Requirements
-- Bachelor degree with a focus in Business, Economics, Finance or Mathematics and/or professional training or equivalent.
-- 4+ years of experience in pricing
-- Experience and understanding in managing vertical & Horizontal Pricing
-- Strategic thinking skills
-- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
-- Advanced proficiency in excel
-- Strong Leadership experience
-- Ability to collaborate with and influence peers, colleagues and senior management
-- Good understanding of marketing and sales fundamentals

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