Being an executive recruiter is not quite as easy as it was a few years back. The millennials, who are taking over the banking sector, do not have as much focus as the generations before them. Thus, as a recruitment expert, you have to work hard to find the right talent that is motivated to do the job. Julie Zuckerberg is among the modern day recruiters that are using creating methods to attract new talent. She has been quite successful in her role, thanks in part to her impressive education background. Julie attended the City University of New York-Brooklyn and studied philosophy during her time there. She also studied law at the New York Law School. She began her career at Hudson in 2002 where she did a stint of five years. Julie used her time there to hone her skills in talent recruitment with great success. At the firm, she was responsible for the recruitment of paralegals, support staff, attorneys, and case managers in both permanent and temporary posts. She was also responsible for conflict resolutions between her new talent and the management at Hudson. Besides that, she was responsible for offering legal advice to the management to ensure that each recruitment was done within the law.
In 2007, Julie Zuckerberg moved to Citi Global Consumer Bank. At the firm, she was responsible for the recruitment of personnel to the Director and Managing Director positions for CitiCards and Citi Global consumer marketing. She also offers entrepreneurs advice on how to attract and retain talent, the latest compensation trends, recruitment strategies, and competitive markets. Her other roles at Citi included leading the negotiations for complex job offers that involved clawbacks, equity buyouts, immigration, deferred awards, and relocations. In 2004, she made a move to Deutsche Bank; the bank hired her after learning of her outstanding talent as a talent recruiter. At the bank, she was also responsible for the negotiation of contracts with external search firms. Additionally, she was responsible for maintaining business relations with other organizations. Some of her roles at Deutsche Bank included design and implementation of regulatory initiatives such as IHC and CCAR.
In 2015, her role at Deutsche Bank was broadened. As the Talent Acquisition Lead, she now has the job of collaborating with entrepreneurs in Global Technology and Operations, private wealth, and commercial clients. She also continues her role as a recruiter at the bank. She is in charge of the strategic direction of all recruitment teams. Besides that, she is also responsible for providing advice on the best recruitment and hiring practices. Apart from her professional career, Julie Zuckerberg has several interesting activities that she loves including art, technology, and photography. Additionally, she considers herself a “foodie” who loves to experiment with different cuisines. It is how she relaxes after spending long hours at the workplace. It allows her to have the energy to deliver the best talent from around the world. Julie connects with other people through her social media platforms like Pinterest, Twitter, and Facebook.