COINS is the industry's choice for construction and house building software. With offices across the world, COINS maintains offices in the UK, USA, Ireland, Australia, Asia, and Middle East.

We are always looking for the brightest and best talent and offer a strong career path for new graduates and established professionals alike.

Vacancies for COINS UK, Australia and the Middle East are listed below sorted by location.
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Project Manager

COINS is looking for a Project Manager experienced in ERP software and solutions delivery. The Project Manager will be responsible for the planning, coordination, tracking and management of COINS Solutions and Software implementation projects of various scope and size and will pro-actively project manage, ensuring delivery of the highest level of project quality, client satisfaction and commercial success. Key Responsibilities & Accountabilities The key duties and areas of responsibility for the Project Manager include: Work directly with the Client & Operations Director or other department manager to manage and deliver COINS projects. Act as primary contact for the client and the project team on issues relating to assigned projects. Manage each project in accordance with established COINS methodology as well as adhering to other internal processes. This includes (but is not limited to) issue management, risk management, communications management, change control, etc. Ensure compliance with contract specifications ensuring that the project deliverables are in line with agreed scope, the client’s acceptance of the described solution is obtained before beginning substantive work and the agreed change management process is used as and when required. Administer all contract financials including project and resource billing, monitoring the status of the project and ensuring accurate reporting of hours, jobs and cost codes. Responsible for timely and accurate forecasting and reporting of projects. Set up and manage all project review/status meetings both internally and externally as dictated by the needs of the individual project. Maintain a high-level awareness of the client’s business needs, other issues or projects in flight, liaising with the account or program manager as and when needed. Create a baseline project schedule that reflects the client’s requirements, key project activities as well as project team resource availability. Monitor and adjust the schedule as needed throughout the project. Close out projects appropriately by engaging in Lessons Learned and Support Handover activities and obtain final acceptance and validation from the client. Ensure that company values are reflected in your own work and behaviour Perform other duties as may be required from time to time by the Client & Operations Director. Experience and Qualifications A relevant degree or equivalent level of education PMP Certification preferred 3 years’ + experience of software implementation projects in a similar role Knowledge of COINS Software and Solutions preferred Construction Industry experience preferred Willing to travel to customer locations throughout the MENA region Key Competencies Strong process and change management skills Articulate, with excellent communication and presentation skills Excellent written and verbal communication skills Excellent planning and organisational skills to manage a number of customer projects Good time management with the ability to prioritise Self-motivated, quick learner, commercially minded and confident. Strong problem solving skills. Willingness to continuously develop own knowledge and skills and share knowledge with colleagues for the benefit of customers and the organisation.
Senior Account Manager
Slough, Berkshire

We are looking for a Senior Account Manager to create long-term, trusted relationships with our customers. The Account Manager's role is to oversee a portfolio of assigned customers, develop new business from existing clients and actively seek new sales opportunities. Responsibilities Take responsibility for managing the business relationship with a portfolio of customers including some large national companies as well as regional SME's Develop strong relationships with customers, connecting with key business executives and stakeholders Develop a strong understanding of the nature of business and operations of the customers who you work with Identify where COINS solutions can deliver value to your customers and convert these opportunities into sales Work closely with colleagues and other teams (client management, support, development and delivery) to ensure an excellent customer experience Answer client queries Maintain the CRM system with sales forecast and customer information Consistently achieve your agreed sales quota Serve as the lead point of contact for all customer account management matters Negotiate contracts Monitor the successful delivery of our solutions to ensure they achieve the agreed objectives Prepare reports on account status Collaborate with new business sales team to identify and grow opportunities Assist with challenging client requests or issue escalations as needed Carry out other account-related activities as directed by you manager Candidate requirements Prerequisite Proven work experience as a software sales Account Manager Demonstrable ability to communicate, present and influence key stakeholders at all levels of an organisation, including executive and C-level Solid experience with CRM software and MS Office (particularly MS Excel) Experience delivering client-focused solutions to customer needs Proven ability to manage multiple account management projects at a time, while maintaining sharp attention to detail Excellent listening, negotiation and presentation abilities Excellent verbal and written communication skills Strong numeracy Full UK driving licence Willingness to travel regularly, often with overnight stays Desirable but not essential Knowledge and or experience of the construction, home building or property development industries Understanding of the processes in any of the following business areas: Financial management and planning, Accounting, Procurement, Project Management, Sales, Marketing Knowledge of how business systems software is used in the construction industry
PHP Developer
Slough, Berkshire

We are looking for a professional PHP developer who writes code to be proud of and can hit the ground running. We need you to write elegant, efficient PHP to a high standard, in a timely and scalable way that improves the code-base of our products in meaningful ways. You will be a part of a small, creative team that is responsible for all aspects of our software development from the initial specification, through to developing, testing and on-going product support and maintenance. Responsibilities As required and directed you will: Write “clean”, efficient and well commented code Produce detailed product specifications for new products or extensions to our portfolio of cloud applications Produce “mock up” application forms Troubleshoot, test and maintain the core product software and databases responding to client and internal quality reports Contribute in all phases of the development lifecycle You will find opportunity to: Participate in COINS Foundation events Continue your own professional development Research new tools and techniques to improve our working practices or code base Essential Requirements You will have: 2 years of software development experience in object oriented PHP Demonstrable knowledge of development technologies including Subversion source code control, and a professional IDE such as Eclipse or NetBeans Demonstrable knowledge of web technologies including HTML, CSS, Javascript, AJAX etc Understanding of open source projects like JQuery, Bootstrap, etc. Good knowledge of relational databases and SQL Knowledge of developing web services including SOAP clients Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Engineering or a related technical subject Desirable Requirements You might have: Knowledge of the UK Construction Industry and its business practices Demonstrable knowledge of Linux command line utility programs such as grep Knowledge of common internet protocols, TCP/IP, HTTP including configuring Apache Experience in developing database applications using MySQL, Maria DB or Progress RDMS Demonstrable knowledge of XML and XSLT and their use English as first language with GCSE English grade C or above (or equivalent), or English as an additional language certified to CEFR Level B2 Master’s degree in Computer Science, Engineering or a related technical subject.
eBusiness Coordinator
Slough, Berkshire

We are excited to offer a position for an eBusiness Coordinator to join the COINS eBusiness Team. COINS Electronic Trading is a key element to the COINS solutions, adding value to our client’s processes. The demand from our clients to convert repetitive manual tasks to an automated electronic one has never been more popular. You will play a crucial role in the success of assisting with delivering the electronic trading suite to our clients. COINS Supply Chain Manager is a web-based portal that allows COINS clients to control their Vendor onboarding and ensure their supply chain have the correct insurances and certificates before any PO is created within the COINS system. The portal communicates directly with the clients COINS system and 3rd party specialist companies, such as Constructionline, Builders Profile and Chas, and removes a huge part of manual processing. The portal has been through a large development programme within the last 12 months and COINS clients are now keen to adopt this solution. You will play a crucial role in helping the project team implement Supply Chain Manager to the client and supporting it once in a live environment, assisting both the COINS client directly and their supply chain. Role and Responsibilities To be able to have concise dialogue to progress with our client’s suppliers and sub-contractors regarding project delivery To assist the project team to follow up actions and support the suppliers with their onboarding To be the first line of contact for vendors to register with the Supply Chain Manager portal or eInvoice process To be able to understand the business processes, internally and externally To effectively learn, implement and demonstrate those skills required Being able to manage your own time, resolve and escalate issues Work closely with the COINS trading partner to ensure deadlines and completion of projects are to customer expectations Work closely with the COINS support team on resolving issues and escalating them to the appropriate resource Criteria Candidates will be considered where their CV highlights specific experience in the following areas: Experience in customer service and administration within the construction industry preferable Excellent verbal and written English is required, as the eBusiness Coordinator will be communicating with our corporate customers and suppliers Accurate, efficient and analytical with the ability to prioritise tasks as needed Knowledge and experience of Microsoft Office Ability to maintain strong relationships with external clients and internal colleagues Professional, confident and diplomatic when liaising with others Exceptional telephone manner Present a customer focused approach within the company A full UK Driving Licence Be able to demonstrate company values and behaviours Desirable: Construction Industry knowledge Software knowledge Basic IT Trouble Shooting skills A covering letter is required, detailing why you think this role suits you and indicating your current salary. COINS offer a competitive remuneration and benefits package, a friendly and dynamic working environment and the opportunity to progress your career.

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