Is you child creative and do they love toys?

If so, then get them ready for their dream job as PoundToy is officially on the lookout for their first ever Junior Toy Designer and children in Scotland are encouraged to apply.

That's right, your little ones can now put their creative imagination to good use and get paid to see their winning design come to life.

The brand new role is open to youngsters aged between 2 and 11 years of age all over Scotland and the rest of the UK, and the role would see them mocking up a design for their dream toy creation.

A spokesperson for the company said: "Does your child have a giant imagination? Can they be found dreaming up new games and make-believe amusements?

If so, PoundToy needs their creative mind to design their next toy."

Not only will the junior designer get to see their creative toy come to life, but they will also be paid £300 worth of toy's for all their hard work - meaning, even more toys!

The Junior Toy Designer will also be able to work straight from their home and they can put in as many hours as they wish - sounds like a dream for even us adults, am I right?

The online toy company has specified that the successful candidate will have huge imagination and bundles of creativity, with a passion for fun and playtime.

The role also specifies the Junior Toy Designer will need expert knowledge of what kids want to play with - meaning no adults, which makes us kind of sad.

Poundtoy junior designer
Creative kids in Scotland are encouraged to apply before November 30.

Job details and how you can apply

Job Specification

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How to apply

If you think you little one has the creativity and imagination to be the first ever Junior Toy Designer for PoundToy then make sure to fill out an application form here, complete with a name and photo of their dream toy design, and a brief overview on why it will be the next big thing.

Of course, as the role is for children, an adult over the age of 18 will have to submit the application on their behalf.

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