“People really matter,” is the motto of Julie Zuckerberg, the Executive Talent Acquisition Lead at Deutsche Bank as she believes the importance of right people. It is not new for her choosing the right people for the positions considering the decade-long career. The experience she got over the years has helped her to define the refinements for a particular position. She maintains an excellent network with the candidates to get an understanding of their expectations and career goals to guide them in achieving what they are looking for. Being into financial services industry, she chooses to play a role with realistic targets with long-term benefits. She understands the vision of the firm and works towards making the institution a world-class with the best talent acquisition practices. Deutsche Bank is a German financial institution that has operations across the globe. Julie works from its Manhattan office, New York. At Deutsche Bank, she collaborates with business leaders in developing recruitment strategies and improving the overall recruitment process. She also provides coaching to recruiters of various teams and recruiting coordinators of different business groups within the organization.
Julie started her career with Hudson, a talent acquisition firm in 2002. Her career span of 5 years at Hudson saw her recruiting for different industries starting from law firms to financial institutions. She was also engaged in coaching, employee counseling, and other talent retaining activities. In the year 2007, she joined City as Vice President and Executive Recruiter, where she took care of professional and executive recruitment. She actively involved in shaping the recruiting strategies and helped the business leaders on various parameters including compensation trends, talent, etc. Julie helped the leadership team to recruit Director and Managing Director roles for various City business verticals. She also took active participation in developing and negotiating complex job offers that included deferred awards, equity buyouts, relocation, etc. After six years of active roles, she left City in 2013 and joined New York Life Insurance Company as Corporate Vice President. During her short span at the insurance firm, she took care of the recruiting process outsourcing team. She also worked with the senior management in streamlining the client needs and provided effective business solutions. By April 2014, she moved to Deutsche Bank as Vice President, Executive Recruiter.
Julie is well versed with interviewing skills, conflict resolution, employee training, etc., and displays excellent leadership skills. She also conducts various training programs and coaching for employees across various industries. She completed her JD degree from New York Law School after acquiring a degree in Philosophy from City University of New York-Brooklyn College. She is very keen to take part charitable initiatives that are aiming to encourage the disadvantageous world. She declares that she is a fan of food, art, and technology. She loves photography and running, and considers as her hobbies. She is very much involved in animal welfare, economic issues, civil rights, human rights, etc. She uses social media sparingly though she maintains both Facebook and Twitter accounts.