Graduate Pricing Analyst

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Graduate Pricing Analyst

Location: Manchester, Stoke or Southport

Role Type: Permanent – full time

Salary: £26,000 – £30,000 + Flexible Benefits

Working Hours: 37.50 per week

Who are we?

The Ardonagh Group is the fastest growing digital insurance broker in the UK and highly acquisitive business that acquired Stoke-based Autonet, Altrincham-based Carole Nash, Manchester-based Swinton Group, Southport-based PaymentShield & Petersfield-based Healthy Pets. The union of these 5 businesses has given shape to Atlanta Group and has resulted in a huge period of change and transformation for us.

Atlanta is currently the 2nd largest personal lines insurance broker in the UK. It has long-established brands with significant heritage and affinity amongst core customer groups. It has a competitive market position across a wide range of products such as motor, home, van, bike, commercial business, caravans and motor homes. It is a fast-paced, ever-expanding, innovative business looking for talented individuals to join at this exciting time in our growth.

There has never been a better time to join us!

What to know about this role?

The graduate pricing analyst sits in the Retail Pricing Team within the Commercial Directorate that is formed by the Pricing Manager and 2 analysts. You will be keeping a close eye on trading across different channels and insurance products (Sales, cancelations, etc) and developing customer propensity and Life Time Value (LTV) models. You will work with a large number of stakeholders across almost every area of our business to resolve queries in relation to pricing.

You will be utilising a market leading software (Emblem & Radar) to produce the different models and use SAS or SQL for data query resolution. Queries can come from all areas of the business, from our contact centre colleagues, to trading & product teams or the CEO. You will have the ability to communicate effectively across all stakeholder levels.

What projects will you be working on?

The most important project you will work on is the "Radar Project" in which you will extract data from SAS/SQL and build models in Emblem that will reflect Real Time Pricing with the newly acquired Radar Platform.

In the BAU element of the role, you will work with teams in Marketing, Finance, Aggregators, Business Intelligence, Wholesale Pricing, Product, Real Time Analysis & Contact Centre just to mention a few.

What skills & experience do you require?


BSc in a relevant discipline (Mathematics, Physics, Actuarial Science, Economics, etc.)
Proven analysis skills and an appreciation of statistical modelling and related techniques
Ability to pay attention to detail
Ability to work cohesively and collaboratively in a team services environment.
You have had exposure to the following methodologies in your work: Logistic regression, clustering, decision trees, machine learning, uplift modelling.
You will be open to change and driving change within the organisation.Desired

MSc in a relevant discipline
Exposure/Experience in programming and using statistical software (SAS, R, RStudio, Emblem, Radar, Python, Java, SQL)
Excellent verbal and written communication skills

Who are your key relationships?

Pricing Manager
Pricing Lead
Commercial Director
All teams across the business

What's in it for me?

Competitive Salary
Performance related bonus
Contributory pension scheme
25 days annual leave + buy/sell 5 days
Flexible Benefits scheme
State of the art offices in Manchester City Centre (on Deansgate, opposite the Cathedral)

As a business we are responsible, open and honest. We drive change through ongoing evolution and we make the right choices to enable our business to continue to succeed and thrive. We are looking for these qualities in our teams and proactively appoint individuals who share our vision and translate this into their professional lives and approach to work.

As a Financial Services organisation we comply with and support the requirements set by our Regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), which are designed to protect our customers. This means if your application is successful, you'll need to satisfy some important background checks before you can start working with us. These will include a full credit enquiry, a criminal record check, residency and right to work checks.

Rullion celebrates and supports diversity and is committed to ensuring equal opportunities for both employees and applicants