Analyst, Corporate Development Salary
Corporate Development Analysts in the United States pull down an average of $73K annually. Location is the biggest factor affecting pay for this group, followed by experience level. Job satisfaction is reported as high by the vast majority of workers. Nearly all have medical and dental plans, and a strong majority have vision insurance. Most people who answered the questionnaire are men; 68 percent of Corporate Development Analysts are male. This snapshot results from replies to PayScale's salary survey.
|Salary||$54,222 - $97,265|
|Bonus||$2,019 - $20,134|
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|$54,638 - $109,468|
Job Description for Analyst, Corporate Development
Analysts, corporate development are responsible for analyzing business information in order to make effective suggestions for corporate development. These individuals have a strong financial background to analyze corporate data and process information in ways that can help their organization. They possess strong interpersonal skills to relay ideas and corporate development concepts to upper management in a clear and detailed manner. They share key corporate information with other analysts to reach all company goals in a timely manner. These individuals are motivated and organized and can multitask on a variety of analysis projects. They use a personal computer as one of their main tools to keep corporate information, make reports based on their observations, and share project data with other analysts. They can work well in a team environment but can also perform effectively on their own with minimal supervision.Read More...
Some of their main responsibilities include developing new strategies to increase corporate productivity and minimize expenses. They review and verify the viability of corporate mergers, projects, and permits. They participate in company meetings to suggest ideas to make corporate development processes more efficient. In addition, they provide support to management professionals and specialists to achieve brand recognition. Their main functions also include analyzing business cases and driving the evaluation of business problems. They are well-versed in business and technology applications. They are proficient with office software to run projections and other analysis tasks. Analysts, corporate development present their findings in clear ways to non-financial experts in order to make corporate decisions.
A bachelor's degree in business analysis, corporate development, management, or a similar field is necessary for this position. In addition, previous years of work experience in an analyst capacity can be helpful. Financial and analysis certifications are a plus.
Analyst, Corporate Development Tasks
- Investigate organization-wide processes and culture to inform strategies on improving an organization's ability to deliver on its goals.
- Communicate clearly across many groups and stakeholders to gather data and socialize strategies.
- Use metrics and market data to create solutions to development bottlenecks.
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Popular Skills for Analyst, Corporate Development
Survey results suggest that Corporate Development Analysts put a wide range of professional skills to use. Most notably, skills in Mergers and Acquisitions, Strategic Planning, Financial Modeling, and Financial Analysis are correlated to pay that is above average. At the other end of the pay range are skills like Data Analysis. Those familiar with Financial Analysis also tend to know Mergers and Acquisitions.
Pay Difference by Location
For Corporate Development Analysts, working in the bustling city of San Francisco has its advantages, including an above-average pay rate. Corporate Development Analysts will also find cushy salaries in New York (+22 percent) and Denver (+11 percent). The lowest-paying market is Chicago, which sits 2 percent below the national average.
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