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


Project Supervisor – Vulnerable Youth Project

Vulnerable Youth Project Supervisor

Salary: Circa £24,000
Hours: 37.5hrs per week

This new role is been created due to the Academy’s success and recent expansion. It is an excellent opportunity for a candidate with experience of working to support the personal development of vulnerable young people, and who possesses excellent prioritisation, organisation and communication skills.

NOAH Enterprise is a charity that helps homeless and disadvantaged people to improve their lives by providing emotional and physical care, training in employable skills and work experience opportunities in our charitable businesses. We are truly driven by our values of Care, Compassion and Commitment, which have their roots in Saint Vincent de Paul, whose life was the inspiration behind the founding of NOAH.

This is an exciting new role created as part of NOAH’s strategic priority to address homelessness at its source. We are seeking to appoint an experienced youth worker to supervise and run this project for young people between the age of 18-24. The project works with the most vulnerable, offering a unique pathway which includes on the job vocational training, off the job training and mentoring, confidence building activities and access to Kick Start and employment opportunities.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • a successful track record of working with and motivating young people
  • up to date knowledge and understanding Safeguarding and PREVENT
  • experience of developing and delivering risk assessments that will securely protect young people
  • the skills to build strong and productive relationships with funders and referral partners, meeting or exceeding their expectations
  • their own transport to move between sites
  • the ability to work both independently and as part of a team

The ideal candidate will share our values and ethos, enjoy working with young people and view improving the lives and opportunities of others as a key motivator.

To apply please return your CV with a Supporting Statement form to

Supporting Statement Form

Vulnerable Youth Project Supervisor JD

Vulnerable Youth Project Supervisor PS

Deadline for applications: Monday 15th March

This Building Better Opportunities Project is funded by the European Social Fund and The National Lottery Community Fund.