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- Job Listing Date
- 3 Oct 2019
- Melbourne, CBD & Inner Suburbs
- Work Type
- Full Time
- Mining, Resources & Energy, Analysis & Reporting
About the business
Next Business Energy is a B2B Electricity Retailer focusing on the Small to Medium sized business market. We believe that the "Customer Deserves Better".
We are a small team with a great culture and growing fast (1st in the 2018 AFR Fast 100).
Our office is located in Southbank.
About the role
The Pricing Manager is responsible for the day to day management of the pricing team and the pricing team's key responsibilities. These key responsibilities include the following:
- The development of pricing strategies that identify opportunities to optimise gross margin and market competitiveness,
- The management of the company's pricing models and the subsequent setting and reporting of the budgeted/forecast retail rates and discounts,
- The management of the companies' prices and products in all systems, i.e., billing, website and sales systems and minimise pricing related exceptions and maximise the accuracy of the billing, and
- Ensure no revenue leakage when passing all charges through to customers, including network, wholesale and other charges incurred by the company;
- Management of the "Wholesale" middle office functions.
The Pricing Manager will need to work closely with the sales department and the Executive Leadership Team to ensure the business achieves its budgeted gross margin, its customer retention levels and its customer growth targets.
The company has a zero-compliance breach objective.
Benefits and perks
- Office located in cosmopolitan, Southbank
- Opportunities to develop and grow
Skills and experience
- Relevant tertiary qualification (e.g. Finance, Business, Economics)
- 5+ years' experience in energy pricing
- 5+ years' experience in team management
- Problem solving
- Customer focus
- Inspire and engage
- Experience with Agility/Orion
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- How many years of people management experience do you have?