News | 1 year ago

Do you pine for the days when you could spend all day playing with Lego?

Well you could transport yourself back to that happy place permanently if you're lucky enough to be one of 20 people hired by the toy company Merlin to build the brick models at LEGOLAND.

Merlin is seeking to fill the vacancies as soon as possible, and while an artistic education is a plus, it's not essential provided you have a good sense of humour.

Here's the full job description:

"This individual builds LEGO models in our off-site Model Shop- MMM Studios. Must have LEGO building experience and be able to design and build sturdy, accurate, complicated, safe and installable LEGO models for a wide variety of LEGOLAND attractions including miniature scale models and/or life sized organic models from prototypes, diagrams or computer generated instructions.

This position requires strong communication during design and building of models, good organization during the completion and documentation phases of the projects and a willingness to complete all tasks necessary to creating and installing models and displays.

Requires previous experience in LEGO model building, (architectural and/or sculptural), basic computer knowledge, a good knowledge of LEGO parts, good communication skills, ability to give and receive constructive criticism, ability to work in a team and a positive attitude. Strong focus, concentration, good craftsmanship, patience and a sense of humor are a must. Artistic education, background, or experience helpful but not required."

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Now, where did we put our CVs?

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