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Has Nigel from finance asked too many questions of your pricing elasticity model and you’ve had enough…? you know it’s right, he knows it’s right… why doesn’t he just accept it’s right and put things into action?

Wish you could do more than this? Maybe tackle something new? Add another string to your bow.

I mean, you enjoy doing the analysis and drawing meaningful conclusions from it. Plus doing presentations, turning your work output into something actionable. But if only your role could be broader, right?

Maybe something in market and competitor analysis?

Or looking at customer behavioural analysis? – reasons for churn, where opportunities are to sell more, identify those at risk and propose solutions to retain

How about a role which gives you all of these?

Plus have direct access to the CMO and the VP team to make recommendations off your analysis and drive action?

That’s exactly what we’re offering.

You’ll be working for a firm who have experienced consistent growth over the last decade, achieving on average 30% year on year.

They specialise in data, working with principally financial markets clients, supporting investment decision making.

You will be joining their marketing function. It’s a team of 10, looking to grow to around 15 by the end of the year. This role is new to the team, looking to create an insight centric decision making capability.

 

Your remit will include:

  • Pricing analytics and price elasticity modelling
  • Market and competitor intelligence, working with primary and secondary source data. Looking at what competitors are doing, what products are selling and identifying commercial opportunities for the firm to move into
  • Marketing reporting and business intelligence. Including campaign performance, and customer behavioural analysis

 

You’re going to need to be a bit of a whizz with Excel and can build models using it. But they also have PowerBI, but being candid, this bit will need to be built up over time. As I mentioned, this is a new. So there’s lots to do and plenty of scope to make this role your own.

Culturally, they’re evolving. Investing a fair bit in digital transformation and Agile methodologies. But being quite heavily centred in financial markets, they do reflect what you’d expect of that kind of business environment. They have multiple London sites, you will be based out of their HQ near to Liverpool Street Station.


Role:            Customer, Pricing & Competitor Analyst
Location:       Central London
Salary:          £40,000 to £60,000 (based on experience)
Benefits:       10% bonus, PMI, Pension, 25 days leave, flexible working (1 day from home), annual training budget and lots more.

 

Experience Required:

  • You excel at Excel – macros, modelling, etc. it’s a doddle for you
  • You know how to build a price elasticity model
  • You get how to pull together data from disparate sources, juggle it around, make it give up it’s secrets and can translate them into meaningful stories – which you’re comfortable articulating too
  • You might have a background in BI and reporting too. So you understand your way around a dashboard or two, and working with marketing KPI’s
  • You’re also comfortable making sense of qualitative data for competitor and market insight
  • Must have the necessary visas to live and work in the UK – sponsorship cannot be provided.

TO APPLY

You can apply be sending your LinkedIn profile, or an up to date CV (whichever is easiest). Or for further information please contact:

Colin Doree
Managing Consultant - Blue Pelican Marketing
01892 507 100
colin@bluepelican.com

You can view all our vacancies on our web site www.bluepelican.com/marketing

To learn more about this role, please apply or contact Colin directly on colin.doree@bluepelican.com

How to apply

If this position is of interest please send us your CV here, or you can call Colin Doree direct on to discuss this and other vacancies that may suit.

Colin Doree

Email: colin.doree@bluepelican.com