The LEGO Certified Professional program gives talented builders the opportunity to turn their hobby into a full-time career. As well as setting up and supporting unique LEGO events and experiences, LCPs can work for hire, creating custom builds for individuals who have commissioned their services.
They’re not full employees of the LEGO Group, however: instead, they’re more like business partners, who operate independently but with the support and backing of the LEGO brand. There are currently 21 LCPs dotted around the world, located in regions ranging from the UK, Italy and Denmark to Canada, the US, Japan and Singapore.
Now, the LEGO Group is planning to expand the program’s reach by hiring two new LEGO Certified Professionals in Mexico and Russia. To apply, you’ll need strong building skills, a collaborative approach and – obviously – a passion for LEGO bricks and the brand. You’ll also need to speak the native language (Spanish or Russian) plus English.
The initial requirements for applicants include: documenting a working business model with a solid business plan; documenting excellent building skills; and documenting an ability to organise and drive building projects and events. You’ll also need to supply a description of your personal profile, a record of your LEGO experiences and your portfolio of work.
If you can tick all those boxes, get your application in to [email protected] by May 28.