Everything is awesome. Everything is cool, when you’re part of a team—according to scores of iconic yellow toys in “The Lego Movie.”
You can see whether that messaging holds true if you pursue a digital marketing manager opening at Lego in its Denmark headquarters.
The position requires working with internal and external partners on digital content and storytelling that highlights the brand.
There’s a plethora of material for those stories: The Lego brand, founded in 1932, sells toys in more than 130 countries. In 2012, the company sold enough Lego bricks to wrap around the world more than 18 times, if laid end to end.
There’s also an incredibly passionate AFOL (Adult Fans of Lego) community with members worldwide.
Interested applicants won’t have to showcase their Lego creations, but the right candidate should have experience in digital gaming strategy, content marketing prowess, and either an MBA or a master’s degree in marketing.
If you’d like to increase your chances of being part of the Lego team, you can also apply for the senior marketing manager position in the same location.
For those looking to break into the communications industry, Lego is seeking a strategic planning and marketing intern in its Denmark office. If you’d prefer a job in the U.S., there’s an opening for a brand manager in Lego’s Connecticut office .
If you’d like to get the movie’s ditty stuck in your head for the remainder of the day—as more than 25 million others have—the opportunity is also here:
Though singing isn’t a prerequisite for any of the Lego openings, a playful attitude might be: The company’s name is made from the first two letters of Danish words leg godt, meaning, “play well.” In case you were wondering, the plural of “Lego” is simply “Lego.”
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Beki Winchel is co-editor of PR Daily.