U-Haul Rate Analyst in Phoenix, Arizona


2727 N Central Ave, Phoenix, Arizona 85004 United States of America

The Rate Analyst is responsible for analyzing market trends to increase the number of customers served with truck, trailer and support rental items. Set one-way and in town rates to maximize the utilization of all rental products. Support ADVP / MCP, field and traffic personnel in establishing sound programs, policies and procedures. Communicate with regional traffic offices to identify unproductive equipment and help develop plans to redistribute and avoid future pile-ups. Evaluate, measure and report historical data to provide upper management with essential data to make sound business decisions. Use data to forecast trends as they relate to anticipated levels of demand for U-Haul rental products, and set rates accordingly.

Marketing Rates and Distribution is looking for a dynamic, self-motivated individual who has excellent written and oral communication skills.Candidate should possess market analysis experience and skills in trends and forecasting.

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U-Haul is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants for employment will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, physical or mental disability, veteran status, or any other basis protected by applicable federal, provincial, state or local law. Individual accommodations are available on requests for applicants taking part in all aspects of the selection process. Information obtained during this process will only be shared on a need to know basis.

Since 1945, U-Haul has been serving do-it-yourself movers and their households. Like many other successful ventures, the concept for U-Haul was generated out of need. After World War II, there existed the widespread need for do-it-yourself moving equipment that would be available on a one-way, nationwide basis. U-Haul co-founders L.S. "Sam" Shoen and his wife, Anna Mary Carty Shoen, recognized that need and acted upon it. Their visionary approach spread the cost of ownership among many users, facilitating the mobility of the populations of the U.S. and Canada. The covered wagon of the pioneers morphed into orange U-Haul trailers. In the process, an industry was born.