Julie Zuckerberg Shapes The Talent Acquisition Process In Deutsche Bank
Julie Zuckerberg, the Talent Acquisition Recruitment Lead of Deutsche Bank U.S., is very focused to bring the best talents from diverse background to firm’s umbrella. Her strategies have played a bigger role in shaping the talent acquisition strategies of the bank. She understands the importance of being part of a well-known financial institution which has businesses across the world, and hence, she looks for solutions that can be modeled by other institutions. She is also very keen to reflect the firm’s mission in its recruitment strategies and looks for brand building in talent acquisition as well. In her current role, she works with senior leadership to lead and negotiate offers on Director and Managing Director levels in various verticals coming under Deutsche Bank U.S. division. It includes GTO, infrastructure, asset management, and private, commercial, and wealth clients. She is also consulted by the leadership of the firm and its executive committees on framing the recruitment policies, best practices, and hiring governance to bring the diverse talents from various backgrounds. Julie provides strategic directions and training various recruitment teams and also supporting recruitment from entry level offers to complex senior level offers.
Julie started her career with Hudson in 2002 as the Director of Candidates Placement. During the period she took care various recruitments from case managers to attorneys and gave training and information on the benefits, opportunities, and working conditions to the new hires. Julie also worked as a link between employees and the management and conducted coaching, employee counseling, and conflict resolution. In 2007, she left for Citi as the Vice President with the role of Executive Recruiter and offered full-cycle recruitments on Director and Managing Director posts for Citi business verticals. She was regularly consulted by the senior leadership of the firm in competitive markets, recruitment strategies, compensation trends, and talents. Julie was responsible for developing and negotiating complex job offers in deferred awards, relocation, clawbacks, equity buyouts, and immigration, by consulting with the main stakeholders of each vertical. She actively involves in sourcing talents globally by working with talent acquisition teams across different regions, onboard them, and complete the international relocation process. In November 2013, she joined New York Life Insurance Company as Corporate Vice President for four months before joining Deutsche Bank. During the period, Julie worked as the Client Relationship Lead and took care of various experienced hires across the country.
Before starting the career, Julie completed her graduation in Philosophy from the Brooklyn College, City University of New York. She has diverse skill sets related to recruitment process including Conflict resolution, succession planning, behavioral interviewing, executive search, etc., and that makes her highly successful in her roles and responsibilities. Her hobbies include photography, running, technology news, and arts. She is very interested in human rights, economic issues, civil rights, animal welfare, science, and technology. She is active on social media platforms like Facebook and finds time to explore the art festivals and shows in New York. Julie is also actively involved in driving compliance and ethics on corporates and are part of Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE).