Florida's Legoland
Lego figures perform during the Pirate's Cove Live Water Ski Show, on Lake Eloise, during a media preview of part of the Legoland park, set to open in mid-October in Winter Haven, Florida, September 28, 2011. (Joe Burbank/Orlando Sentinel/MCT via Getty Images) Joe Burbank/Orlando Sentinel/MCT via Getty Images

Florida's LEGOLAND Is Hiring People to Build Things All Day

Jan 26, 2016

Good news for anyone who was obsessed with Legos growing up and who would like to escape the snow: The creative division of Merlin Entertainment, which runs LEGOLAND theme parks worldwide, is looking to hire 20 " Master Model Builders" at their factory, known as the " Merlin’s Magic Making Hub," in Lake Wales, Fla., a spokesperson tells TIME.

The company says it is accepting applications from people of all backgrounds, so Lego fans don't necessarily need to be architects or graphic designers to throw their hat in the ring. In the past, the interview process has involved build-offs, requiring applicants to construct a Lego model based on a photo.

The Florida site is said to have hired about 50 model builders so far, and there are about 100 of these builders working at facilities in California, Malaysia and throughout Europe.

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