Julie Zuckerberg, the Executive Recruitment Lead of Deutsche Bank U.S. division, is known for experimenting new techniques to bring the best talents to the firm. She looks for quality sourcing of right candidates and depends various sources to get the vibrant and diverse set of people for the firm’s recruitments. Julie mixes the new technologies with old technics to avail all sorts of candidates from which the operation teams would find easy picks. She understands that it is always great to have a large number of the skilled talent pool to recruit from and has some successful strategies keep them always available. It includes directly maintaining communication with the candidates, engaging them in the recruitment platform of the firm, working with various sourcing firms, social media interactions, forum discussions, discussing the recruitment strategies and assisting the candidates with answers, etc. In her current role at Deutsche Bank, Julie is the lead person in framing, creating a talent pool, negotiating, and hiring to Managing Director level positions in various departments under the U.S. division of the bank. She counsels the executive committees and leadership on different hiring strategies. Julie helps the hiring teams to make various recruitments including Director and below roles with supervision and proper direction.
Julie Zuckerberg started her career by working with a recruitment and people management firm called Hudson as Director of Candidate Placement. During the period, she took care of various recruitments to the company as well as to its clients in various roles such as attorneys, supporting staff, case managers, and paralegals. Later, Julie joined Citi as its Vice President and Executive Recruiter. In the role, she took care of end-to-end recruitment process of Managing Director and Director level hiring for various departments under Citi North America including Internet Office, Citi Global Consumer Marketing, and Citi Cards. She was approached by the senior leadership to get advised on recruitment strategies, compensations trends, talents, and market trends. Zuckerberg actively took part in the creation and negotiation of complex job offerings such as relocation, clawbacks, equity buyouts, deferred awards, immigration in collaborating with different stakeholders both external and internal. She was also focused on bringing the talents from other global markets and ensured their smooth transition by addressing the issues related to international relocation. Julie managed and supervised the search firms, including fee negotiation, candidate vetting, and firm selection. She left Citi in the fourth quarter of 2013 and joined New York Life Insurance Company as Corporate Vice President and Experienced Hire Recruiting Lead. Zuckerberg left the firm after four months for Deutsche Bank.
Julie completed her graduation in Philosophy from City University of New York-Brooklyn College before starting her high-profile talent acquisition career. She is credited with her team leadership skills, talent management, conflict resolution, employee training, succession planning, strategy, and more. Zuckerberg is a fitness freak and loves running, cycling, tech news, science, etc., and she has written few fitness blogs as well. She also has interests in New York’s arts and fashion festivals and reportedly seen in a number of such events.