Julie Zuckerberg is regarded as one of the most thriving women in the recruitment and staffing sector. She has excellent skills in hiring professionals in different industries, and her services have been critical to many companies. Julie is presently an employee of Deutsche Bank where she acts as the executive talent acquisition lead of its New York-based branch. Julie schooled at the City University of New York-Brooklyn College, and she has a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy. She is also a qualified lawyer and holds a Juris Doctor from the New York Law School. Zuckerberg is one of the leading recruitment experts in New York. Her career has enabled her to acquire skills in administration, conflict resolution, employee training, team leadership, and talent management. Apart from her profession, Julie has been taking part in undertakings that better the society. She campaigns for culture conservation, economic empowerment, human rights, animal welfare, and animal rights.
Zuckerberg has gained excellent recruitment skills for the past 15 years that she has been serving the industry. She has been appointed to hold top hiring offices in recognized companies. Julie started her practice as a recruitment professional by working for Hudson as from November 2002. She was the firm’s director of candidate placement for about five years and oversaw all its hiring undertakings. The company majored in the provision of staffing services, and its clients needed paralegals, attorneys, case managers, and support employees. Julie also assisted the firm in handling matter that involved employees such as offering job descriptions, promotions, and benefits. She helped the firm in dealing with conflicts that occurred between it and the staff members. Her legal expertise was essential in guiding Hudson on law issues and tax compliance.
The recruitment expert left Hudson for Citi in October 2007. She was appointed by the enterprise to serve as the executive recruiter and deputy president. Julie worked for the firm until November 2013. During her time at Citi, she used to work for its units, which are Citi Global Functions and Citi Global Consumer Bank. Her responsibility was to assist the firm in hiring executives who held positions equal to the managing director. Citi used her advice in handling competitive markets, payment trends, staffing policies, and retaining staff. She also dealt with employee grievances, immigration, clawbacks, equity buyouts.
Julie Zuckerberg learned a lot when she was working for Citi Bank. In 2014, Deutsche Bank hired her to acts as the deputy president, director of talent acquisition, and executive recruiter. She has been coordinating with the management of the enterprise to ensure that all the professionals that it hires are highly skilled and talented. Her law expertise allows her to help the firm creating relevant regulatory policies such as CCAR and IHC mandates. Zuckerberg also helps in coaching various recruitment teams that work for Deutsche Bank. Her expertise has significantly assisted in bettering the staff of the firm.