Julie Zuckerberg is staffing professional who is highly experienced and currently works for the Deutsche Bank. She serves the financial institution as the executive talent acquisition head. Zuckerberg studied philosophy at the City University of New York’s Brooklyn College and later attended the New New York Law School where she was awarded a Juris Doctor. She has gained various skills in her careers since she has worked with professionals in many fields. Julie has excellent skills in team leadership, employee training, coaching, talent management, conflict resolutions, and executive search. Apart from her job as a recruitment officer, she has been making contributions towards economic empowerment, animal welfare, human rights, conserving culture, technology development, and art.
Zuckerberg has worked in various prestigious organizations, and she has been holding top positions. She was an employee of Hudson as from November 2002, and she served as the director of candidate placement. Julie worked at the firm for about five years, and her primary responsibility was to conduct recruitments. She assisted Hudson in hiring case managers, attorneys, paralegals, as well as permanent and temporary casual staff. The firm also put her in charge of informing the staff of their benefits, promotions, and job descriptions. Her role made her be a mediator between the company and the workers whenever they needed to resolve issues. Julie is a qualified lawyer, and therefore, she assisted the company in handling tax and legal requirements.
The recruitment professionals then moved to Citi in October 2007 and served it until November 2013. She was the deputy president and the executive recruiter of the firm. Julie worked for both the New York City-based Citi Global Functions and Citi Global Consumer Bank. Her role was to conduct full recruitment of professionals who are at the level of the managing director for the Citi Global Consumer Marketing and CitiCards. She also gave advice on hiring policies, retaining employees, competitive markets, and payment trends. She spearheaded the formation and discussions in complex job opportunities that involve clawbacks, equity buyouts, relocation, immigration, and relocation.
Julie Zuckerberg left Citi and joined Deutsche Bank in April 2014. She has held various positions at the enterprise, and they include being a deputy president, talent acquisition head, and executive recruiter. Her presence at the firm has multiple positive impacts on the market. She has been consulting with the administrators of the enterprise to hire directors and managing directors. Julie assists the firm in dealing with contract governance with executive search companies. She also helps Deutsche Bank in designing and executing various regulatory programs such as CCAR and IHC mandates.
As the Deutsche Bank’s executive talent acquisition lead, Julie works closely with entrepreneurs who deal with global technologies, commercial clients, private wealth, and operation. She has been holding the position since November 2015. Julie has been spearheading acquisition policies and recruitment processes. She is also in charge of providing strategic guidance to team recruiters. The firm trusts her to advise leadership committees on great recruitment practices.