Minecraft allows players to build constructions out of textured cubes in a 3-D world.
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If you love to play Minecraft and call yourself a landscaper, a company in the United Kingdom may have a job for you.

WhatShed, which calls itself the largest independent buyers guide for garden buildings in the UK, is looking for virtual landscape gardeners to expand their “gardening passions” to the virtual world and “provide professional advice to players looking to improve their in-game outdoor space,” according to the job description.

Applicants should be passionate about gardening and Minecraft and have creative flare. As an added bonus, the job is remote, so applicants do not have to live in the UK to be qualified.

“Successful consultants will get paid upwards of £50 ($70 US) an hour for their services when hired but will be able to set their own rates and work flexibly,” the listing says.

In addition to the job listing, WhatShed is also looking for clients interested in having a virtual landscaper come “work” on their virtual gardens.

The consultations will last about an hour and clients will be able to contact the same landscaper again if they want to change the design or layout.

The listing does not specify when candidates will be chosen or how long the listing will be up, but the company did note that they would not be responding to every application.