Executive recruiters are essential when it comes to finding top talent to fill executive positions in companies. They have the required expertise, networks and access pool to get any company the best of the best talents. Julie Zuckerberg is among the most popular executive recruiters in the city. Her skills set her apart and have made her a renowned talent at conducting executive recruitment.
Julie Zuckerberg’s skills are matched with a great education background. She attended City University of New York- Brooklyn College, where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy. She went ahead to get a law degree from the New York Law School.
In total, Zuckerberg has about 15 years of experience. Her career started out at Hudson where she worked for half a decade. At Hudson, she assumed the role of Candidates’ Placement Director. Up until the year 2017, she was charged with the duty of recruiting lawyers, paralegals, and all types of staffs for law firms, banks and a variety of other companies. She would then brief the employees on what was expected of them and what they were to expect from their respective employers.
The year 2007 saw Julie join Citi Global Consumer Bank where she was to work for another 6 years. She held a crucial role in the recruitment of top level talent in various departments including audit, legal and compliance functions. Four years down the line, her efforts and outstanding work paid off. Then, she was promoted to the level of Executive Recruiter for the bank. With her new role, she would recruit directors and managers for the bank and its internet and social media segment. She would also advise business heads on recruitment strategies.
When she left Citi, Julie Zuckerberg was employed at New York Life Insurance. Here she worked as the Corporate Vice President and Executive Recruiter. She would be involved in all recruitment of the agency, where she was in charge of client relationship. Hers was to identify the needs of the company’s client’s and provide relevant solutions.
In the year 2014, she left the Insurance agency and went to work for the Deutsche Bank. She started out as the vice president and Executive Recruiter, Talent Acquisition Lead of the bank. In 2015, she got a promotion to be the Executive Talent Acquisition Lead. With this role, she is entrusted to negotiate top level recruitment contracts. She spends most of her time coaching those in her recruitment team so as to get them at par with recruitment expectations. Additionally, she offers consultation services to executive and leadership committees of various companies.
She is also a huge fan of the New York culture, including their food and art. Other than that, she is a great advocate for wildlife and human rights.