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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Framework Developer
Bristol, Bristol

COINS CLOUD FRAMEWORK DEVELOPER We are looking for a software developer to become a fundamental member of a small team developing an exciting new cloud based software framework. You will be required to create features from scratch, maintain existing code and provide support to the application configuration team. In this role, you should be able to write functional code with a sharp eye for spotting defects. You should be a team player and an excellent communicator. If you have the relevant experience and are keen to take on technical challenges, we would like to meet you. POSITION LOCATION COINS UK/Bristol ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Design, build, and maintain efficient, reusable, and reliable code Work alongside the UI, DB and QA teams in an Agile/Scrum environment Improve and update existing features Work with product managers to complete user requirements Working in conjunction with the front-end design and development teams to maintain consistency across applications Share knowledge through code review and knowledge-sharing presentations EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS Skills required: Degree or four years related experience and/or equivalent combination of education and experience Strong experience of .NET Frameworks and C# development or other OOP Language Good knowledge of ASP.NET, JavaScript, HTML5 and CSS3 Experience of Database design Capability to understand complex business and technical scenarios Strong communication skills and ability to work with teams on and offshore Experience of MS SQL Server Experience with Large/Enterprise scale solutions Must be organized and have time management skills Must be a self-starter and have the ability to work independently in a fast-paced environment and handle multiple tasks with changing priorities Desirable Skills: Experience of Microsoft Azure Experience with Visual Studio Experience developing Cloud based software Knowledge of SCRUM/Kanban/Agile development methodologies
Product Marketing Copywriter
Slough, Berkshire

The main role of the Group Product Marketing team is to be responsible for crafting messaging and positioning that explains and conveys the value of our solutions to clients and prospects. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Overall ability to multi-task and effectively project-manage own work. Develop product positioning and messaging to convey value and differentiates our products in the market. Undertake regular product level analysis to identify issues & opportunities in communication of product value. Develop a deep understanding of customer needs and wants by product group and type. Sales Communicate the value proposition of the products to the sales team and develop the sales tools that support the selling process of our products. Ensure sales have sufficient product information and materials to accurately promote the product. Product/Release Launch Help plan the launch of new products and releases and develop material to support the communication and dissemination of these. Develop printed, online and multimedia material to convey product communications. Assist in development of direct promotional product campaigns for trade shows, publications & social media. Continuously review product marketing content to enhance and update according to latest standards. Prepare, review and distribute reports, commentary, analysis and other performance data on competitors and their products. QUALIFICATIONS Attention to detail and an eye for quality, along with the ability to grasp and translate technical capabilities into value is crucial. Understanding product value and the ability to convey it in all messaging and materials is crucial as it is a crucial part of our strategy, gives us a competitive advantage and gives our clients a better and deeper understanding of our solutions. A passion for the written word and ability to create unique and engaging copy and content that is consistent with brand, tone of voice and style. TECHNICAL SKILLS Proficiency is required with Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint Design, Basic Video Editing, Multi-Media Presentations, exposure to basic web development (HTML/CSS/JS), online marketing tools such as Survey Monkey, Mail Chimp, Content Calendr and other similar tools. TRAVEL Travel to COINS locations within the UK and international travel for meetings, tradeshows, events, product launches as necessary. Job Type: Full-time Job Location: Slough, Berkshire Required education: Bachelor's Required experience: Copywriting: 1 year
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
Business Intelligence (BI) Consultant
Slough, Berkshire

Based in the UK office in Slough, the Business Intelligence Consultant will work within the BI Team and be responsible for the specification, development, delivery and support of client solutions using the COINS BI toolset. Key Responsibilities To provide BI consultancy services to clients, focussing on a structured approach to the development and delivery of business solutions using the BI toolset. To design and deliver COINS BI technology that actualise designed business solutions, including Workflow, Reports/Enquiry Screens and Datamarts To provide structured coaching or BI training to clients and COINS staff To provide client support for COINS BI delivered solutions To provide accurate and complete BI Lifecycle Development Reports throughout the development and delivery process to clients To work in coordination with BI staff to keep documentation up to date with regard to the evolution of toolset and developed solutions To provide Quality Assurance of the BI toolset during new COINS version releases. Location The role is office based at UK headquarters in Slough, Berkshire, but will require periodic travel to client sites in the UK and occasionally to overseas offices in the Middle East, USA and Australia. Education, Skills and Experience The ideal candidate will be/have: Software development experience – 4GL query writing, Progress database structure knowledge Qualified to degree level or equivalent PC literate with aptitude to learn new software applications Good written and verbal communication skills Highly customer focused Good analytical skills People management skills/experience Ability to prioritise and rationally escalate issues Sound time management and organisational skills Highly motivated and able to work effectively under pressure Team player Technical delivery capability Construction industry business process knowledge COINS product knowledge
Payroll Officer – COINS UK & Ireland
Slough, Berkshire

This role of the Payroll Officer is to take full responsibility for the Payroll function for the COINS UK and Ireland trading companies. The job holder will also be required to ensure that all relevant statutory and regulatory requirements are complied with. The role will also entail providing support for other functions within the finance department and any other work as required from time to time. Duties and Responsibilities Responsible for full payroll cycle for monthly UK & ROI payrolls including RTI submissions; Ensure compliance with current legislation, internal policies and procedures. Maintain high level of professional development to ensure senior management are informed of any changes to statutory or legal requirements regarding payroll, pensions etc.; Administrator for group company pension. Manage the Auto Enrolment process/ pension scheme joiners/leavers; Conduct Payroll Inductions for new starters; Perform reconciliations for all payroll, loans and advance accounts. Manage loan accounts and loan interest schedules. Post Month End payroll related journals; Administrator for company PMI, travel & MediCash benefits. Manage Irish pension & PMI schemes. Manage Group PHI & Health Insurance Data & Renewals; Process and check all staff expenses for inclusion in monthly payroll; Compile annual P11D Expenses & Benefits and submit all HMRC statutory returns; Process 3rd Party payroll related payments and any ad hoc payments as required; Respond to all HMRC payroll/benefit related enquires; Manage In-Year & Year End software changes/ upgrades (coordinate internal support as necessary); Update system for Starter/Leaver user access, holiday system; Provide support for the finance department as required including acting as back up for Cash Book daily routine; Accountability Accuracy of the records maintained impacts on the management of the company as it relies on the data for decision supporting reports. The Payroll Officer is expected to interact in a professional manner with internal and external contacts. The scope of responsibility covers the COINS UK and COINS Ireland trading companies plus any other associated companies as required by finance management. Education, Skills and Experience A recognised payroll qualification is preferred, e.g. CIPP or equivalent professional body; Excellent knowledge of current payroll related legislation in the UK; knowledge of payroll legislation and processes in Ireland is beneficial but not mandatory; Strong organisational skills; Strong numerical skills and excellent attention to detail; Strong communication skills to assist with query resolution; Strong system skills; Willingness to take on new tasks and to adapt to changing technology; A minimum of 5 years’ experience in a similar role in a finance/ payroll department.
Cookie Bar Manager / Supervisor
Slough, Berkshire

Fixed Term Contract to provide cover for a period of Maternity Leave (Term: 6 – 12 months) The Cookie Bar is a social enterprise supported by COINS Foundation. We are currently recruiting for a Catering Supervisor/Team Leader to join our team in Slough. This Cookie Bar provides restaurant/coffee bar facilities to employees of COINS. Catering for up to 80 covers per day including breakfast and lunch. This role will be responsible for the day to day running of the Cookie Bar. You will be expected to deliver an efficient breakfast, lunchtime and café service to staff and clients on site. This is a hands-on, exciting and rewarding position for anyone keen to make a positive difference to an innovative social enterprise at a thriving workplace. The successful applicant will organise the preparation of fresh sandwiches, salads, soups, breakfasts and snacks using all quality fresh ingredients. We pride ourselves on delivering quality, local and fresh offerings to our customers. You must have attention to detail and be willing to learn and pass on your skills. Principal Accountabilities To be responsible for the day-to-day management of a team of 3 To ensure daily & weekly stock control Ensure the Cookie Bar complies with all health & safety regulations Implement all procedures for daily cleaning, maintenance and safety routines Ensure that weekly and monthly rotas are completed Ensure that daily opening and closing cashing up procedures are in place Flexibility is a must as the manager needs to help cover during staff absence Previous experience within the hospitality sector is essential together with previous proven experience of managing staff. You will also need the following skills and qualifications: Proven experience of delivering a customer facing service to excellent standards Excellent communication skills both written and verbal Level II Food Handling & Hygiene Certificate Working to ensure that budgets are met Maximising efficiency by minimising wastage and shrinkage Carry out stocktakes as required Hours of work: 08:30 to 17:00 Monday to Friday.
Part Time Receptionist
Slough, Berkshire

We seek a part-time professional to staff our Reception desk and create a positive first impression to the general public. Should you qualify for the position of Receptionist/Call Coordinator, you will be responsible for answering our multi-line phone system, then logging and directing client calls. Additional duties include answering company calls, greeting visitors and performing administrative duties including data entry, general clerical tasks. Suitable candidates for the Part Time Corporate Receptionist position will combine professional efficiency with a sunny disposition. A smart and professional appearance is taken as a given and so is the ability to liaise effectively with guests and colleagues of all levels. The Part Time Corporate Receptionist will fit in with this pleasant and positive environment and will enjoy the responsibility of being the first point contact for guests and telephone callers. In return the company offers a generous salary and pleasant and positive working environment. The reception is open from 8:00am to 6:00pm, Monday to Friday and these hours will be split equally between two employees. Part-time hours: You may be required to cover shifts if needed so a flexible schedule would be an advantage. Principal Accountabilities of the Part Time Corporate Receptionist are as follows: Provide a friendly and professional first point of contact for all visitors Meet and greet guests and efficiently, issuing them with visitor badges and informing hosts that their guests are in reception Answer all calls to switchboard in a similarly efficient and friendly manner Route calls as required Screen calls suitably Ensure that the reception area is kept clean and tidy and provides guests with an excellent first impression of the company Essential Skills, Qualifications and Behaviours of the Part Time Corporate Receptionist are as follows: Excellent communication skills, especially face to face and on the telephone Composed and calm when under occasional pressure, with the ability to install confidence and make people feel looked after Computer literate Able to use reception and switch board systems Able to retain knowledge (both local and within the company) or keep it close at hand

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