The Opportunity :
Worldline is a global payments company with innovative technology that addresses the challenges of the payment world. We design and operate leading digital payment and transactional solutions that enable sustainable economic growth and reinforce trust and security in our societies.
If you are a skilled Analyst who is number savvy, reliable, results-oriented and commercial, then get ready to join our company! You will work closely with the rest of the Bids Pricing and Merchants Economics team on pricing- and cost related analytics projects and co-operate with other departments across the organization, such as Scheme Management and Product to support the achievement of our goals and objectives.
Your day-to-day responsibilities include :
Drive revenue and protect our profitability through your strong involvement in merchant economics-related projects
Data analysis related to billing of Scheme fees (Visa / MasterCard) and Interchange (card issuer fees) observed post transaction processing, identifying the drivers and ensuring cost recovery from merchants (billing / invoicing)
Drive fee accuracy analysis from external partners, identifying pricing discrepancies on different transaction types and drive action for repayment / technical adjustments where applicable
Involvement in price model fee implementation processes on our acquiring platforms and systems
Support network fee impact calculations on our merchant portfolio for repricing purposes when new fees are introduced
Ensuring accurate transaction cost components in Pricing tools and other models
Cooperating broadly with other departments to achieve our objectives, incl. Product, Finance, Business Controlling, Acquiring Technology, Scheme Management, Sales, Payment Partnerships and more.
You may also on occasion :
Support or provide input for new / revised price models or product pricing setup
Support Sales managers in discussions with existing merchants regarding transaction cost drivers and fee updates
Take part in meetings to share information about Worldline’s price models and their components, and / or write publications on scheme fee and interchange topics
Skills we can’t do without :
Proficiency in English
You have a degree in economics, business management, data analysis or another related field
3-5 years of relevant experience desired
You have advanced Excel skills and feels comfortable with making PowerPoint presentations to communicate your findings
You have sophisticated organization and time management skills to coordinate own work and drive projects with others
You possess strong interpersonal and communication skills, written and verbal
You can work effectively in a team as well as independently
Skills we’d like :
Experience with data analysis tools, SQL, BI, VBA, Power Query
Payments industry experience, preferably with schemes or previous knowledge of scheme fees and interchange and acquiring
You strive for ongoing professional development and learning
If you have a balance between a financial and a commercial mind-set and are motivated by complex challenges and contributing to driving results we want to hear from you!
More reasons to join us :
What’s more, we really value your progress and it’s a top priority to engage, inspire and develop you to help you maximize your potential.
In fact, we have comprehensive training and development programs in place demonstrating our commitment to developing your career.
Our success comes from strong skills, new insights, diverse points of view and the energy of all women and men from Worldline.
Not only do they represent our Human Capital, they are also key players in our success. We make leading our talents a major asset in the success of our business.
Worldline is proud to be an Equal Opportunity employer. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics.