Alleviating poverty, bringing hope

NOAH’s values and ethos simply expressed are care, compassion, and commitment, and love for the people we work with and serve. Our values are practically expressed in humble service, helping those in need, in poverty and experiencing disadvantage and marginalisation.

In living out these values as an organisation we will seek as a priority to recruit trustees, staff and volunteers who are committed to and actively live out these values in contributing to the work of our teams.

Find out about volunteering opportunities with NOAH here


Outreach Worker – Migrant Rough Sleepers (Romanian Speaking)

Can you make a difference in the lives of migrant rough sleepers in Luton?

We are looking for a dedicated and compassionate Romanian outreach worker with brilliant communication skills to join us and engage with migrant rough sleepers in the Luton area. You will ensure that migrant rough sleepers are offered prompt and effective support to move away from life on the streets.

Location of role: Luton
Salary: £20,888

This is an exciting and challenging opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of those who are among the poorest in our community. Your initial remit will be to ensure that migrant rough sleepers are offered prompt and effective support to move away from life on the streets. You will be committed, compassionate, caring, and understanding of the needs of those among the most deprived. The clients may be chaotic, have mental health and addiction issues but need your help and support.

You will understand what is important to people of all nationalities and the type of challenges that they face in achieving these in modern Britain.

Throughout your work you will have considerable autonomy and significant periods of time lone-working enabling you to make a personal difference to people’s lives. You will have excellent time-management, prioritisation, organisational, inter-personal, and administrative skills. You will be competent in IT and communication, have the ability to build relationships with people from many nationalities and a commitment to help those in need. You will be persistent and undaunted in the face of seeming adversity.

This is a fixed term position until 31-03-2022.

37.5 per week or negotiable subject to availability. Some unsocial hours and weekend work will be required. This will involve regular 5am starts or a 1am finish no more than once a week. There may be a requirement to work for one Saturday morning each month.

If you are interested in the role, you need to review the job description carefully then apply by sending a completed supporting statement and their current CV to

NOAH Supporting Statement

Migrant Outreach Worker (Romanian Speaker) Job Description

Closing date for applications is 11th April