Julie Zuckerberg is a professional who is highly knowledgeable on the recruitment of the best employees for companies. She is presently based in New York and works for the Deutsche Bank where she oversees executive talent acquisition. Zuckerberg is an alumnus of the City University of New York-Brooklyn College where she studied philosophy and then enrolled at the New York Law School to pursue her Juris Doctor degree. She has had a fruitful career that has allowed her to gain skills in various fields. Julie is competent in administration, talent management, employee training, executive search, team leadership, coaching, and conflict resolution. Apart from her career as a staffing expert, she has been taking part in various campaigns to advocate for human rights, the well-being of animals, conservation of culture, technology development, arts, and supporting poor people.
Zuckerberg kicked off her profession about 15 years ago, and she held top positions in various prestigious firms. In 2002, she was offered her first job at Hudson where she served as its director of candidate placement for about five years. Her position at the firm made her the head of all recruitment activities. She helped Hudson in hiring employees such as paralegals, attorneys, case managers, and other skilled individuals that were essential to the firm. Zuckerberg also informed the staff on their job descriptions, benefits, and promotions. She used her legal expertise in solving various conflicts between the company and its workers. The firm also depended on her guidance on legal affairs and tax obligations.
Julie was offered a job by Citi in October 2007 and served the organizations up to November 2013. She held positions such as the deputy president and executive recruiter of the company. Zuckerberg worked for various branches of Citi, and they include Citi Global Functions and Citi Global Consumer Bank. The firm depended on her expertise in hiring professionals who were in the same rank as the managing director. She offered advice to Citi on staffing policies, competitive markets, retaining staff, and payment trends. Julie also dealt with complicated matters that involved employees, and they include immigration, equity buyouts, relocation, and clawbacks.
The recruitment professional’s service to the Citi Bank offered her a lot of experience. She joined Deutsche Bank in 2014 and has served the firm as a deputy president, executive recruiter, and the director of talent acquisition. Julie has been working with the top administrators of the company to hire the best executives. She heads contract governance with enterprises that carry out executive searches. Her law expertise assists her in developing and executing important regulatory plans such as CCAR and IHC mandates.
Deutsche Bank appointed Julie Zuckerberg as its leader of executive talent acquisition in November 2015. The position has offered her an opportunity to interact with entrepreneurs in fields such as global technologies and commercial customers. She has been guiding Deutsche Bank on procedures of conducting recruitment and acquisition policies. Zuckerberg has also been offering strategic coaching to other recruitment professionals who work for the company.