Pricing Manager

Recruiter
Worldpay
Location
London
Salary
Competitive
Posted
15 Feb 2018
Closes
15 Mar 2018
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Why should you say Yes to our Pricing Manager role?

Worldpay is the global leader in the payments industry. Our client base includes some of the largest online retail merchants operating in the global economy. Helping construct and shape major corporate deals with UK customers, you will apply a combination of your technical pricing skills with your broader commercial acumen. You will play a significant role in helping Worldpay optimise our deals supported with thorough and detailed analysis.

What would I be doing on a daily basis?

Operating as a commercial business partner, you will develop the pricing strategy for new deals and the retention of current merchants. Enforcing pricing governance structures you will drive new initiatives and process improvements to increase profitability or operational efficiency of the team. You will ensure the Sales Force is updated on pricing models, training where necessary whilst also supporting key RFP/tender/renegotiation processes as required.

What will make me right for the role?

You will be able to demonstrate previous experience of 3-5 years within a commercial pricing environment or potentially coming from a Finance Planning & Analysis background. Confident with excel for managing / manipulating pricing models you should be as equally comfortable "in the detail" as you are providing commercial insight, recommendations and consultative advice. Excellent communication and influencing skills are key as is an intuitive and driven approach.

How is Worldpay changing the world?

As of January 2018, Worldpay has become truly the global leader in the Payments Industry further to our merger with the US based Vantiv. Providing over 300 different payment methods for our customers and operating in over 100 currencies, we help our customers harness technology to provide safe and secure payment channels to their business. We handle literally billions of transactions annually and with the continued growth of the digital economy, this will grow and grow.