Senior Pricing Analyst

£45,000 - £55,000 per annum
Permanent
Posted February 15, 2024

Pricing Analyst

Salary: £45,000-£55,000

Location: United Kingdom (1 day per month, in Cardiff)

Data Idols are working with an ambitious and established consumer, price comparison platform who are looking for a Pricing Analyst to join their existing team.

The Opportunity

As a Pricing Analyst within this insurance company, you will be supporting analytics through pricing teams to make sure that the right decisions are being made and are profitable for the business. There will be need for great communication and stakeholder management as there will be communication across different insurance/pricing teams within the business. Finally, you will evaluate key features within partner performance, which will include, charges, take-up, conversation and analysis.

What’s in it for you?

  • £45,000-£50,000

Skills and Experience

  • SQL or/and Python
  • A visualisation tool (PowerBI, Tableau, etc)
  • Communication

If you would like to be considered for the role and feel you would be an ideal fit with our team then please send your CV to us by clicking on the Apply button below.

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