Julie Zuckerberg is one of the leading staffing experts in New York City. She presently serves the Deutsche Bank as the head of executive talent acquisition. Zuckerberg studied at the City University of New York-Brooklyn College and the New York Law School where he was awarded degrees in philosophy and law respectively. Her career has enabled her to gain various skills, and they include employee training, talent management, team leadership, coaching, executive search, and conflict resolution. Besides her career undertakings, she has been participating in campaigning for human rights, animal welfare, art, technology development, culture conservation, and economic empowerment in poor regions.
Zuckerberg has been in her career for over 15 years, and she has worked for different prestigious organizations. She kicked off her profession in 2002 by serving Hudson. Julie worked at the firm for about five years as the director of candidate placement. The office made her in charge of carrying outs all the recruitment processes of the enterprise. The staff members that she participated in hiring include paralegals, case managers, attorneys, and any other temporary or permanent employee who were needed by the company. Her other role was to inform the staff of their promotions, benefits, and what the company expected from them. Julie has legal expertise, and therefore, she served as an intermediary between the firm and the staff when they needed to negotiate about anything. She also used her knowledge to guide the company on legal and tax obligations.
In October 2007, Julie joined Citi, and she worked for the company until November 2013. She held various roles at the enterprise, and they include being the executive recruiter and deputy president. Zuckerberg served units of Citi such as the Citi Global Consumer Bank and Citi Global Functions. She assisted the firm in hiring talented professionals to fill high positions as the managing director. The company also relied on her guidance in competitive markets, hiring policies, payment trends, and retaining employees. She was in charge of handling various complicated employee issues that involved equity buyouts, clawbacks, immigration, and relocation.
Julie gained a lot of experience at the Citi Bank. In 2014, she was hired by Deutsche Bank. She has served the financial institution as the executive recruiter, head of talent acquisitions, and deputy president. Her service has significantly benefited the firm. She works in close cooperation with various administrators of the Deutsche Bank to recruits executives. Zuckerberg is in charge of contract governance with companies that conduct executive searches. She uses her expertise in designing and effecting necessary regulatory plans, which include IHC and CCAR mandates.
Julie Zuckerberg was appointed to serve the Deutsche Bank as the executive talent acquisition lead in November 2015. She has been interacting with innovators and entrepreneurs in global technologies, private wealth, operations, and commercial clients. Zuckerberg also offers guidance to the enterprise on recruitment processes and acquisition policies. Her other role is to provide strategic coaching to team recruitment officers of the company. She also counsels leadership committees on the best staffing procedures.