A DISCOVERY centre is seeking a master model builder who will spend their days "playing all day, every day" with Lego.

The unique position, one of only 24 in the world, is being advertised by Legoland Discovery Centre Manchester.

On the judging panel will be Michael Moore, 10, from Prestatyn. He will be joined by the attraction's very own creative crew, aged just six to 10 years old.

The panel will challenge applicants to prove themselves through a series of interviews and a creative build off, where candidates will have the opportunity to show they have ‘bricks of talent’.

The dream role is the first opening of its kind in the Barton Square's attraction eight year history. The job comes with a generous salary and is anticipated to attract thousands of applications.

Michael Moore, creative crew member, said: "I think they [the applicants] should have to put their hands in a big tub of Lego without looking, and pick out 25 random pieces of Lego and build something which would get them to the moon.

"They should also have to answer these questions: If you could design a new Lego set, what would it be? What minifigure is your favourite? How tall are you in standard Lego bricks? Would you wear a hat made from Lego?”

Jenn McDonough, general manager Manchester Cluster, Merlin Entertainments, said: "Such is the success of our popular family attraction, that we now need a second master model builder to join the fast-paced and brilliantly creative team here, to provide guests with an even more memorable and fun experience whilst visiting the attraction.”

AFOLs (Adult Fans of Lego) should register their details at manchester.legolanddiscoverycentre.co.uk/mmb-recruitment

Successful applicants will challenged to create the ultimate inspirational build, in response to the creative crew’s own design brief.