Attracting new talent is not easy; keeping them motivated is even harder. The job of a recruiter in today’s business world is more complicated than before because of the generation they have to deal with, the millennial generation. Unlike the retiring Baby Boomers, Millenials do not value work as much as the earlier generations. Consequently, modern day executive recruiters such as Julie Zuckerberg have to employ numerous strategies to attract this vital group of employees. She is the vice president and lead executive recruiter of one of the world’s largest financial institutions, Deutsche Bank. She studied Law and Philosophy at Brooklyn Law School, New York.
Early Career Life
Julie Zuckerberg began her career with a five years stint at Hudson. Her primary responsibility was recruiting attorneys, paralegals, case managers and support staff on a contractual or permanent basis. She was also in charge of the legal obligations of the company such as tax compliance. At Hudson, Zuckerberg advised clients on promotions, benefits and working conditions. In 2007 she joined Citi Global as an Executive Recruiter and Vice President. Her first responsibility was recruiting managing directors for Citi Global Marketing and Citicards. Julie spent time advising entrepreneurs on how to attract and retain talents, as well as guiding them on compensation trends and completive marketing. Her significant accomplishments involved successful negotiations on multiple job offers. In April 2014 Julie joined Deutsche Bank in the same position she had at Citi but with broader and more complex responsibilities. She was to hire directors, manage contract governance with other firms and also design and implement regulatory-based mandates such as IHC and CCAR
Working at Deutsche Bank
In 2015 Julie Zuckerberg’s responsibilities at Deutsche Bank were extended. She took charge of collaborating with entrepreneurs in global tech, commercial clients, private wealth, asset management, and general operations. Global Technology division addresses the institution’s financial technology needs. Heading the private property and business clients division makes Julie Zuckerberg responsible for the bank’s high net worth customers as well as owners of the world’s most prominent businesses. Also, she is to protect the bank’s client’s portfolios as the head of asset management. To successfully manage these three key divisions, Julie is tasked with the entire process of sourcing and hiring the most prolific managing directors in the financial industry. Moreover, she is frequently handling complicated legal immigration issues, compensation packages, and global expatriation processes. As the Lead Executive Recruiter, Ms. Julie Zuckerberg still supervises and guides the bank’s recruitment team of candidate sourcing personnel, frontline recruiters, and recruitment coordinators. Additionally, she consistently reviews the quality and compliance of the company’s processes and audit procedures for smooth operation. Socially, the world class recruiter has a passion for photography, art and home decorating. Julie also contributes community welfare by taking part in social issues such as promoting human rights and even animal welfare. When not at work spends her time running, taking photographs or finding the best foods. Ms. Zuckerberg’s balanced lifestyle has made it possible for her to thrive in a high-stress financial industry to become one of its most recognized leaders.