Analyze demand, seasonality, customer booking valuation, and other inputs into the revenue management system
Evaluate accuracy of revenue management forecast, adjusting system inputs and settings to improve accuracy
Create ad-hoc and automated reporting to provide insight into revenue results
Collaborate across pricing, revenue management, and planning departments to develop decision making support tools
Incorporate new data sources into existing reports and databases
Analyze business impact from pricing and inventory decision
Experience with revenue management concepts (preferably work experience in RM related role)
Experience developing methodologies and tools to measure revenue management system forecast accuracy
Experience building automated reports and dashboards using MS Excel with VBA Macros
Expertise using analytical tools, including spreadsheet modeling, statistical analysis tools, and other computational software
Understanding of relational database architecture and the ability to merge large data sets from disparate sources
Experience writing queries using T-SQL and understanding database management techniques using MS SQL Server (e.g. indexing, views, dynamic sql, stored procedures)
Strong presentation and communication skills, particularly related to the visual display of quantitative information
College degree or equivalent years of relevant experience
2-3 years of work experience in an analytical role, or graduate degree in economics, operations research, computer science, statistics or similar quantitative discipline
Experience programming in Python, R
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