The LEGO Extended Line covers smaller sets that are typically exclusive to official retail channels, such as seasonal sets and BrickHeadz. While the successful candidate will be working primarily on those models, they’ll also have the chance to interact with and learn from wider product teams in Billund, the home of the brick.
To succeed, you’ll need an undergraduate degree in a design discipline (such as product design, graphic design or fashion design); at least two years of design experience; a keen understanding of colour and form; strong project management and communication skills; and proficiency in English.
Desirable (though not essential) qualities include experience in the toy industry or with brick-building toys, a desire to learn and a collaborative approach. Core responsibilities will involve designing new products based on briefs, coming up with new concepts and building on market research and audience insights.