We’re the LEGO Group. We’re all about all about imagination, learning and endless possibilities. And we’ve been inspiring and developing the builders of tomorrow since 1932. Over eighty years later, this mission is still at our heart.
Every day, our people explore, create and discover – finding new ways to bring the power of learning through play to millions of children around the world. Now, we’re on an exciting journey of digital transformation. One that will see us push boundaries.
Develop never done before ideas. And create awesome advances in knowledge and tech. Join us. It’ll be fun.
Joining the LEGO team means building your career with one of the world’s most recognised and loved brands. You will experience a safe space to grow, learn and do your best work. We believe leadership is for everyone, not just people leaders and we succeed together.
Working with end-to-end responsibility for websites, platforms and engineering, we’re helping to drive the ‘Business to Business’ strategy, and its execution for the LEGO Group, globally. And we’re looking for talented people to join our awesome Digital Technology team around the world.
With us you’ll be part of something super exciting and meaningful. We’re the technology enablers that ensure LEGO® Technology systems are secure and the play experiences we deliver to children and adults are safe and secure too. We believe in collaboration, autonomy and tech. In enablement, empowerment and inclusion. And in a culture where everyone is welcome to create, ideate and build a fair and fun digital world for all.
In this 40-minute session, hosted by SheCanCode, Steve Janaway, VP of Engineering, Bloom & Wild; Nicole Yip, Principal IT Engineer, Marketing & Channels Technology, The LEGO Group; and Nathan Baggs, Head of Technology Training & Graduates, Maven Securities, take a look at the role of empathy in the workplace and how companies can create an empathetic culture.
Blogs & Podcasts
The importance of mindset & reflection for professional growth
In this episode, we embark on a journey of professional and personal growth through the lens of Nicole Yip, Principal IT Engineer, Marketing & Channels Technology at The LEGO Group, who shares her own perspective on success, emphasizing the importance of actively seeking diverse viewpoints.
The power of workplace unity: The LEGO Group's Women's Employee Advocacy Group
In this episode, we sit down with Ann-Marie Brennand, Executive PA, Marketing & Channels Technology at the LEGO Group. In August 2022 Ann-Marie became Co-Chair of the LEGO Group’s internal Women’s Employee Advocacy Group. Here she shares the group’s aims and why it was formed.
Diversity and inclusion here is a living thing. It’s something everyone can contribute to, shape, and take further. And it starts with our global priorities, valuing differences, and improving our representation. We’re working towards these by building the inclusion capability in our organisation, inspiring children from all walks of life to learn through play, improving our HR processes and tools, and much more. By getting colleagues involved worldwide, we bring our global ideas to life at a local level wherever we work.
Children are our role models. Their curiosity, creativity, and imagination inspire everything we do. We strive to create a diverse, dynamic, and inclusive culture of play at the LEGO Group, where everyone feels safe, valued, and they belong.
The LEGO Group is proud to be an equal opportunity and an affirmative action employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, colour, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity, or Veteran status.
The LEGO Group is committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace. It partners with Workplace Pride, Stonewall and Open for Business to help shape strategies and programs to support employees who identify as LGBTQIA+ and allies across the company.