Parts Pricing Manager (18 months contract)
An opportunity to join Hyundai, one of the world’s most successful vehicle manufacturers. This role is a direct headcount position with Hyundai UK and therefore attracts benefits including employee car scheme participation, pension and life assurance as well as a range of flexible benefits.
To set retail and dealer net pricing for all parts across the entire Hyundai Motor UK (HMUK) product range. This will include helping to maximise margin, turnover and dealer profit objectives through delivery of market orientated pricing strategies.The position will require;
Supporting the development and implementation of the Aftersales Commercial Strategy
Maintenance and development of Retail and Dealer Net Pricing (DNP) strategy for all parts.
Maintenance of price files and implementation of pricing methodology in line with HMUK guidelines and targets.
Analysis of sales trends, market conditions and identification of opportunities
Support delivery of Dealer network service sales and profitability
Target Profile / Experience:
The successful candidate will have excellent interpersonal skills to gain commitment from senior colleagues, field staff, dealers and partner businesses. A commercially astute individual, you will be able or have the potential to interpret financial data, proposals and implementing parts pricing actions accordingly.The ideal candidate will be;
Of Graduate calibre with a numerical, marketing or business specialisation
Highly numerate, with advanced PC and analytical skills
Strong project management skills; all levels from inception to completion
Minimum of 2 years’ experience in a pricing or market analysis role in automotive or industrial products
Commercially aware, with budget management and accountability understanding
Strong interpersonal skills, and able communicate to all levels of management, dealers, customers and partners
Motivated, well organised, accurate and a good team player
Takes ownership and leads ideas and their development
Works to deadlines under pressure
Customer Focus§ Market Understanding