Intranet Manager
Location: South East/London Hub
Contract: 35 hours per week
Salary: Circa £36,000
Closing Date: 19 February 2024
Interviews: 26/28 February (first stage) and 4 March (second stage)

A bit about us

2024 is a big year for us as we turn 200 years young! We are proud of our long standing history in campaigning for a better world for animal  welfare. We were the first to introduce a law to protect animals and have been working hard ever since  to ensure that all animals can live free from pain and suffering. Through our campaigns we raise standards of care, and awareness of issues, affecting animals today. Our vision is to one day live in a world where all animals are respected and treated with compassion. And that is what we work towards every day.

We are looking for a new team member as an Intranet Manager, you will be working as part of the Internal Communications team on a permanent basis. 

  • Working hours: 35 hours / Mon – Friday.
  • Hybrid role: Your base will be at Horsham, West Sussex or our London Hub. Hybrid working isn’t a tick exercise for us – we live the values, expectation for this role will be 5 days per week and this is open to flex around you.
  • Direct reports: 1

We role model our values through our people culture and keep connected through regular check-in’s and team meetings, your colleagues are always on hand to support or chat. It’s important to us that you feel part of our team from the get go!

Are you ready to be part of our journey and make a difference?


We offer a wide range of benefits to recognise your contributions at RSPCA.

  • 35 hour week
  • Great Annual Leave benefits – 25 days annual leave on joining increasing each year to a maximum of 31 days (pro rata for part-time)
  • Additional Society day around Christmas.
  • Flexibility in hours – with the introduction of Core Hours staff can work their 35 hours flexibly across Monday to Friday. Core hours are 10.00am – 15.00 (please note this isn’t available for our frontline animal care roles)
  • Generous pension scheme
  • Career development through our in-house Learning & Development training
  • Charity worker discounts: Access to hundreds of discounts across many retailers, travel, insurance & cinema tickets.
  • Dog friendly offices at our London & South East Hub!
What a day might look like for you

Here at RSPCA we know it’s a cliche but no two days are the same. As our intranet manager you might be meeting with stakeholders to shape the service model of our new intranet, implementing an innovative communication strategy or discussing content and editorial decisions with internal comms, media and marketing colleagues.

This is a unique opportunity to shape the RSPCAs new organisation-wide intranet. A new communication and engagement platform to provide an enhanced digital experience for our people – employees, branches and volunteers.

Bring your expertise to shape our new digital workspace,  ensuring a smooth flow of information for all our audiences. You will be the main point of contact for this internal digital hub – a one stop shop for our people for all things RSPCA.

As an Intranet Manager you will report directly to the Internal Communications & Engagement Manager whilst working closely with the Head of Internal Communications. You will also line manage an Internal Communications Officer.

What makes a great Intranet Manager?
  • Someone who is tech savvy, creative and has great attention to detail
  • You will have proven experience of managing intranet solutions or similar platforms in organisations with a dispersed/remote workforce
  • Someone with experience managing change and the know-how to bring people along the journey – keeping the end goal in mind
  • Knowledge and experience of internal communications and employee engagement best practice
  • A person who can foster connectivity between individuals and teams
  • Someone who thrives in coaching others to understand the importance of their content for internal audiences, and how to make that content the best it can be
Final note from us & good luck with your application!

Closing date for applications is 9am Monday 19 February

First stage interviews will take place on Monday 26 February and Wednesday 28 February

Second stage interviews will take place on Monday 4 March.

We are really lucky that some of our roles attract a high level of interest and for this reason we review applications as they are received, unfortunately on some occasions this means roles may close earlier than advertised; so early submissions are highly recommended.

We want to ensure we do all we can to give you a positive candidate experience through our recruitment. Whilst we do try to give feedback where we can, sometimes due to receiving high levels of applications, this may not always be possible

We recognise that a diverse and inclusive workforce is essential to achieving our core mission. For this reason we actively encourage a wide diversity of applications – in particular from members of minority ethnic groups, and people with disabilities – as these candidates are currently under-represented at the RSPCA.

Should you need any support with your application or interview process please contact

Our mission is to ensure animals have a good life by rescuing and caring for those in need, by advocating on behalf of all animals and by inspiring everyone to treat them with compassion and respect

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