Now's your chance to get into the globe-making game. Bellerby & Co. Globemakers, a London-based globe fabrication studio, is looking for a new apprentice, according to Atlas Obscura.

The job isn’t cartography-related; it’s about the making of the globe itself, so they’re looking for someone with product design, engineering, or sculpting skills. Essentially, if you’re good at making things with your hands, they want you. Ideally, you also have some digital design skills and photo editing experience, too.

You can expect to be in training for a while. According to the job listing, it takes six months to a year to learn to make even the smallest globes by hand, and several years to make bigger ones. You'll have to have quick fingers and a whole lot of patience. Still, your globes could end up on a Hollywood set or in a BBC production, so the years of training are worth it.

Take a look at the application here.

[h/t Atlas Obscura]