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Senior Analyst, Product & Pricing Strategy


The Senior Product & Pricing Strategy Analyst will perform research and analytics to support business strategies and initiatives



Job Description


  • Development of Pricing Analytic tools and models

  • Business Analysis for development/enhancement of Mortgage Origination and Pricing systems

  • Analysis of govt. agency regulation, and its translation into business requirements

  • Analysis of opportunity and risk of new product offerings

  • Analysis of competitive position and automation of competitive intelligence reporting

  • Performing demand elasticity analysis and building profit optimization model

  • Performing margin management analytics and developing strategies

  • Analysis of closing ratios and fall-out sensitivity

  • Analysis of prepayment, EPO, and EPD metrics

  • Analysis of pipeline behavior including extension/roll/relock activity, time to deliver, number of days from file delivery to purchase, and other operational cost metrics

  • Creation and Implementation of reporting as needed

  • Demonstrate behaviors which are aligned with the organization?s desired culture and values



Ideal Candidate will have the following:


  • 3-5 years of experience with SQL and Excel

  • 3-5 years of experience in the residential mortgage finance, preferably with such experience in Secondary Marketing or Correspondent/Wholesale/Retail Lending.

  • Must be highly proficient in Excel and Word

  • Experience in Data and/or Quant analytics, or in software application development for the financial/mortgage industry

  • Experience working on multiple programs or projects with a high degree of complexity and scope is preferred

  • Must be a team player with strong attention to detail and able to work independently

  • Proven track record at delivering timely and accurate information in a fast-paced environment

  • Excellent critical thinking, problem solving, mathematical skills and sound judgment

  • Strong business acumen and ability to interface with executive management


 

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