Pricing analyst

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In this newly created role you will help contribute to the evolution of pricing at Nike. As a Pricing Analyst in the Global Pricing function, you will act as an analytic thought partner across business units to identify pricing opportunities and capture consumer value. You will help acquire, synthesize, and analyze data that will be used to evaluate pricing and profitability and drive margin expansion for the Nike brand. As a valued member of the pricing team you will partner with the price management and price analytics functions to identify strategies, conduct analysis, and help build pricing tools to drive change. You will be responsible for managing ad hoc projects while building and sharing actionable reports at the Global and Geography levels. You will partner with a cross-functional team to help develop best practices and processes that support Nike's pricing strategies. 498037
Requirements for the position include:
Bachelor''s degree with a major in Economics, Statistics, Computer Science or Math preferred
2-3 years'' experience (5 years in lieu of a degree) in Pricing, Statistics, Economics, Management Consulting, Strategic Planning, Market Research, Merchandising or a related field
Strong Excel, Access, Power Point, and SQL acumen required
Experience with R, SPSS, SAS or other statistical programs preferred
Strong research and synthesis skills desired (translate analysis and fact into implications and recommendations)
Analytic skills to construct/execute multiple complex analyses
Potential to lead strategic pricing projects within 1-2 years
Proven ability to obtain and analyze data related to consumers, industries and competitors
Demonstrated ability to complete quantitative and qualitative analysis and financial models
The ideal candidate will be a problem solving, critical thinker with an attention to detail
Ability to pass a 5-year background check
Category: Merchandising & Product Management
Last Modified Date: 6/19/2014 6:25:34 PM
Reference Number: 00165398

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