Lego seeks professional builder – Telegraph.co.uk

The job specification says the candidate: “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.”

A full size caravan made out of Lego bricks by Bright Bricks in Bordon, Hampshire, which is a Guinness World record and took nearly 3 months to make will be on display at the Telegraph Outdoor & Adventure Travel show from 11th - 14th February. The full size caravan which has been made out of Lego bricks  Photo: Steve Parsons/PA

Apparently it is not a job for novices. Successful candidates must have previous experience of Lego building, good communication skills, basic computer skills and the ability to receive and give constructive criticism.

It is understood the successful candidate could be employed in the US.

However as sense of humour is “a must”.

One challenge, however, could be getting enough bricks. Last year the Danish company, which has become the world’s largest toymaker, said it was struggling to keep up with demand.

However the company’s commercial success has enabled it to fund a professorship at Cambridge University.