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WedLink Media, a multimedia publishing company of print + online wedding resources Brides of Oklahoma, Brides of North Texas and Brides of Austin, is expanding its team and looking for amazing people to fill the following positions:
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BRIDES OF OKLAHOMA INTERNSHIP


Interested in a internship with Brides of Oklahoma? We’re officially looking for graphic design and media interns to join our team during winter break and spring semester! If you’ve ever dreamed about working for a beautiful magazine in the great state of Oklahoma, the opportunity has arrived! Applicants must be a college student majoring in PR, Advertising, Communications, Marketing, Online Media, Graphic or Web Design or a related field. We prefer seniors or juniors who are self-starters, full of creative ideas, love weddings and are organized. Those seeking to fill the media internship must be a strong writer. A knowledge of Photoshop and InDesign is a must for our graphic design intern. The internship is unpaid, but can be used for college credit. If you are interested in gaining tons of experience, working in an exciting, fast-paced environment, click here to apply. Deadline to apply is Monday, November 7th.

Other Position Openings Located Outside of Oklahoma City Area:

NORTH TEXAS PRODUCTION COORDINATOR :: Part-time


Brides of North Texas is seeking a Part-time Production Coordinator located in the DFW area. The Production Coordinator is responsible for the coordination and oversight of dozens of photo shoots annually throughout the DFW region. The candidate must be available to work an average of 2-3 hours a day, Monday through Friday. Extended daily hours will be expected during heavy production seasons. The ideal candidate has an outgoing and friendly personality, is organized, and is able to communicate effectively via email, phone and direct contact. Must be proficient with Microsoft Excel. Proven ability and stamina to effectively manage people and work collaboratively on a team is essential. A fairly flexible schedule is a must.