Julie Zuckerberg is one of Deutsche Bank’s greatest Assets

For over 15 years, Julie Zuckerberg has specialized in the practice of internal recruiting to bring the best talent she can into her respective company. Her latest stop has been Deutsche Bank, where she has held some high level managerial positions for the last three years as an Executive Talent Acquisition Lead and Vice President of Executive Recruiting.

 

Zuckerberg is a graduate of the City University of New York from the Brooklyn College with a degree in philosophy. She also holds a degree from New York law school. Her career started as a Director of Candidate Placement at Hudson staffing and recruiting. After 5 years at Hudson, she transferred into the banking industry where she worked as a Vice President Executive Recruiter for NA Professional and Executive Recruitment at Citi bank. She then moved over to the insurance industry after 6 years to work at New York Life where she became a Corporate Vice President with a responsibility as an Experienced Hire Recruiting Lead. In 2014, she made her return back to the banking industry working at Deutsche Bank where she currently works.

 

The roles Zuckerberg take on are very important for any major corporation, as she has responsibilities in life cycle recruiting and deals with strategic recruitment in matters such as retention of current employees and limiting their turnover. These responsibilities can get overlooked within the company as talent can be invaluable at times and put strain on the company’s function and resources if the right people are not being retained. It’s also important to make sure in recruiting that the right talent is brought in to reflect the best interests of the company’s mission, and Zuckerberg is in a role to make sure these activities can happen.

 

Zuckerberg’s success stems from her ability to put constant dedication in her work, being able to communicate effectively with other managers and staff in her day to day work. Her education has been a valuable resource that trained her to know what to look for in bringing in personnel, and knowing what is key to keeping staff within the company. Her education also gave her the skills needed to be an effective manager, which is why she has been able to flourish in all her roles.