Organizations, especially in the financial sector, are keen on recruiting the best talent. Julie Zuckerberg is an executive talent recruitment expert who has successfully worked with different companies. Currently, she is both the Vice President and Executive talent acquisition lead at Deutsche Bank.
One does not achieve such career success without a good education. Julie majored in Philosophy at the City University of New York-Brooklyn College. She also went to the New York Law School where she acquired the Doctor of Jurisprudence degree, commonly referred to as JD. JD is a professional graduate-entry degree in law, which is part of the Doctor of Law degrees. Her interest in recruitment started early in her career. She trains others how to manage and acquire talent. Elite sourcing, succession planning, employee training, interviewing skills, conflict resolution, and her extensive knowledge in applicant tracking systems are her other professional qualifications. Keeping up with technology separates her from competition.
Julie’s career started at Hudson where she was the director of candidate placement for five years (2002 to 2007). At Hudson, she led the recruitment of attorneys, paralegals, case manager and many more professionals for a large number of organizations. Her clients, who varied from large corporations to small financial institutions, also relied on her for workplace conflict resolution.
After leaving Hudson, she joined Citi Global Functions, as an Executive Recruiter and Vice President. At Citi, she aided executive recruitment for senior-level staff in the Auditing, legal and compliance fields. She recruited the director and managing director of CitiCards, a service Citi Global Function offers, and Citi Global, a consumer marketing firm. She used innovative strategies in recruitment such as social media, employee referrals, internet search and direct sourcing. She remained in Citi until 2011 where she joined Citi Global Consumer Bank.
Before joining Deutsche Bank in 2015, Julie Zuckerberg was the executive recruiter at New York Life Insurance Company, for four months spanning from November 2013 and February 2014. In her current role, duties include collaborating with leaders from Global Technology & Operations, Private Wealth & Commercial Clients, to improve the process of global talent acquisition. She manages a team of professional talent recruiters. Julie employs the best practices in the recruitment industry and is highly recognized because of her outstanding leadership skills.
When she is not recruiting global talent, she is either taking photographs, running or improving her tech knowledge. She loves arts and cultures, advocates for economic empowerment and cares about the welfare of animals. Also, in her spare time, she is involved in charity works. She is reportedly social media shy, but you can find her on Twitter and LinkedIn. Julie is based in Manhattan, New York City.
About Deutsche Bank
Deutsche Bank, which literally means German Bank, is a global banking and financial services institutions. The Frankfurt-based bank has a large presence in Europe, Asia, and the Americas. It has over 100,000 employees in more than 70 countries. The bank, founded in 1870, is one of the world’s largest foreign exchange trading institutions.