Fancy working for LEGO?

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LEGO is looking for a graphic designer and has asked us to post this:

Do you have a keen interest in the LEGO Group’s products, toys and cartoons? And would you like to be part of the team responsible for developing the graphics on our models, minifigures, decorations and labels from start to finish?
If so, then the Graphic Designer position in Billund, Denmark is probably what you are looking for. Check out LEGO.com and if you are interested then feel free to apply as soon as possible.

http://jobsatlego.com/dk/billund/product-design_-development/jobid2480438-graphic-designer-product-graphics-jobs

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Good luck if you apply!

20 comments on this article

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By in United Kingdom,

WOW!! almost my dream job (dream would be an actual actual set designer!) if only i was a few years older.... :(

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By in United Kingdom,

I would, if I wasn't still in school. :P

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By in United Kingdom,

I think the commute would be a bit too long for my liking.

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By in United States,

Are they really hard up for applicants that they have to ask for this to be posted on resource sites? Things that make you go "hmm."

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By in United States,

@ericjohn - They are probably aware that there are plenty of fans on these websites that have lifelong dreams of working for Lego that would make great employees. It's worked out in the past, just look at Jamie Berard....

In my eyes they would be stupid NOT to advertise on these websites.

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By in United States,

Maybe in a few years when I'm finished school :P

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By in United States,

I think a reality tv show like apprentice where it would be "give me a Lego dream job" would be awesome. They would have to have challenges and prove themselves and at the end, Lego would offer them a job.

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By in United States,

^^ LOL -- "WHY CAN'T I BE OLDER!"
Why can't I be younger!
I'm 40 and already knee-deep in a job in a completely unrelated field. If I were younger/unmarried/childless, I could start studying for this kind of career. It's a shame that college and my dark age coincided, because I had no thought to a career related to LEGO in any way. This graphic design job does sound cool, although maybe not as "hands-on-bricks" as a model designer.

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By in United States,

I like how people from the united states are saying they wish they were older, but the fact is that the job is in Denmark not exactly close to united states.

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By in United States,

Oh phooey, I'm too young and faraway. Maybe in the future :)

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By in United States,

@homelesshomie

I'm sure they would relocate for their dream job; I know I would. Besides, its common nowadays for people to move to another country for work.

I think its awesome TLG goes to the fan sites for job postings. I actually did some graphic design years ago, and if I weren't already in another career I'd apply.

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By in United States,

I would definitely apply, if I were older and could move to Denmark!

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By in Israel,

I have to say the same as everyone else: If I was older and moved to Denmark I would love this job :P Oh well... I'm sure there will be more opportunities in the future :)

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By in United Kingdom,

I can't get this job anyway, but I'm curious: how do people outside of Denmark get a job in set production? For example, did Jamie Berard have to move over there to get his job?

Best of luck to anyone who applies for this. And if you get the job: do us fans proud!

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By in United States,

I just applied, and we'll see how it goes. Hopefully I will at least get a "thanks, but we can't hire your since you don't speak Danish..."

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By in United States,

@homelesshomie - There's probably a way to work from another country since it sounds like it would be more of an online thing. I already have sports, game and web design, and other techy things to focus on right now so even if I had the opportunity, I would have to be dreaming to take it seriously.

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By in United Kingdom,

For the first time in my life I wish I was older! :O

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By in United Kingdom,

I actually have learnt Danish to GCSE at an evening class so I have an advantage when I am old enough to work for Lego. I have already contacted them for advice on how to get on their radar and did work experience at the Brighton Lego shop a few months ago.

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By in United States,

It does seem like Lego does relocation for their hires, so if you are a good enough prospect I'm sure they'll hire you, especially if you are within the EU. Just look at all the places the designers in the Lego Club videos are from, Jamie Berard is American, there are a few British guys, a French guy as well as a couple of Danes.

Remember that people in Denmark and the rest of Scandinavia speak almost fluent English, so as long as you know English communication won't be a problem, just notice how the job posting does not mention Danish as a requirement.

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By in Norway,

ah,nearly my dreamjob(my dream jobis to be actual set designer),if i where only a few years older:(

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