Deduction Analyst – GLCC
IL – Niles
Finance and Accounting
Great Lakes Coca-Cola Bottling
Shift 1 (Day)
IL – Niles
The Deduction Analyst is responsible for analyzing customer deductions which may include deductions for on-invoice and/or accrued pricing. This position reviews off- invoice annual accruals surpassing $270MM across 40,000 customers and troubleshoot any discrepancies to minimize financial impact. The Deduction Analyst reviews on-invoice deductions to validate accuracy of deductions. This position works closely with the Customer, Revenue Growth Management, Tax and Business Services teams.
Position Responsibilities may include, but not limited to:
- Engages with customers, sales staff, supervisors or managers as required to resolve open issues.
- Investigates and resolves unauthorized deductions and implements measures to reduce unauthorized deductions.
- Communicates with customers, sales and internal staff on outstanding unauthorized deductions inclusive of understanding the process for requesting and collecting repayment of invalid deductions, identifying trends and resolving issues which cause invalid deductions.
- Identifies and drives process improvement for reducing administrative costs by streamlining processes and reducing deduction volume.
- Addresses daily/weekly/monthly pricing inquiries and opportunities.
- Communicates with sales and leadership teams as needed.
- Other projects or duties as assigned.
Required Skills and Experience:
- Bachelor’s degree in business
- Six plus months experience in pricing or financial analysis
- Proficient in Microsoft Excel and Outlook
- Excellent communication, quantitative and problem-solving skills.
- Excellent conflict resolution skills
- Ability to work independently or in a team environment.
- Experience with customer deductions stemming from trade promotions, supply chain fees and marketing activities.
- Ability to multi-task
- Ability to manage conflicting priorities with time constraints.
- This position must pass a post-offer background and drug test.
Physical Demands and Work Environment:
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Due to the nature of our business in regard to such things as delivery schedules, order inputs, selection, and Department of Transportation Hours of Service, overtime, attendance and punctuality are essential job functions. Should an individual in this classification not be able to adhere to this requirement due to a disability, they should contact their Human Resources department to see what, if any, reasonable accommodation may be made.
Great Lakes Coca-Cola Bottling is a dedicated Coca-Cola bottler and distributor. Our team of talented individuals serves retailers throughout Chicagoland and the Midwest. We never stop striving to find new ways to serve our customers and each other. That commitment to providing the best – brands, service, and opportunities – has shaped an environment that enables our employees to learn, grow, and develop their careers.
As an Equal Opportunity Employer, Reyes Holdings companies will recruit and select applicants for employment solely on the basis of their qualifications. Our Practices and Procedures, including those relating to wages, benefits, transfers, promotions, terminations and self-development opportunities, will be administered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation and gender identity, age, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status and all other classes protected by the Federal and State Government. Drug Free Employer.
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