Julie Zuckerberg Thinks That The Technology Assures Hassle-free Talent Acquisition

Julie Zuckerberg, the Executive Talent Acquisition Lead of Deutsche Bank, believes that the talent acquisition process in future will be much simplified. She attributes the technology developments in the recent years have drastically reduced the recruitment life-cycle. She also thinks that the technology innovation will reduce the complexity of the talent acquisition and also bring the best talent available in the market. As a Talent Acquisition Lead and someone with decades of experience in recruitment, she uses the technology means to get the required people for her firm. In an increasingly competitive world, finding the best talent is not always easy, but using the LinkedIn and other kinds of social media platforms are making hiring easier. The implementation of artificial intelligence can make the profiling and shortlist much easier when it goes for a mass recruitment drive, or the number of applicants is much higher.

 

In Deutsche Bank, Julie takes care of the talent acquisition for various verticals including Asset Management, GTO, and Private Wealth & Commercial Clients. She actively participates and leads the negotiation and offer for Managing Director level recruitments by including key function stakeholders and material risk-takers in the process. She is providing the strategic direction and required coaching to various recruiters, recruiting coordinators, and sourcers. She is regularly consulted by the senior leadership of the bank to implement the best recruitment practices and improve the efficiency of the total recruitment process. She also works on strategies that are aimed at bringing the best talents into the firm. She joined Deutsche Bank in April 2014 as Vice President Executive Director and took up various responsibilities from shaping the recruitment strategy to training various recruitment teams. She was also managing the external search firms and other organizations including their contracts and other business relationships to ensure sourcing high-quality talent pools available for the firm to recruit. She was elevated to the current role in November 2015.

 

She started her career with Hudson as the Director of Candidate Placement and took care of recruitments of case managers, paralegals, attorneys, etc. Later, she joined City as Vice President Executive Director, where she took care of various responsibilities from advising the senior business leaders on competitive markets, recruitment strategies, and compensation trends, to managing different sourcing firms including contract maintenance, fee selection, firm selection, etc. She also worked with New York Life Insurance Company as Experienced Hire Recruiting Lead for a short duration before joining Deutsche Bank. She completed her graduation in Philosophy from City University of New York-Brooklyn College and also did her J.D. from New York Law School. Her hobbies include photography, technology knowledge, running, and arts. She has keen interests in human rights, animal welfare, economic issues, civil rights, science, and technology. She is also actively taking part in many charitable contribution campaigns during her free time.

 

Julie Zuckerberg, the Executive Talent Acquisition Lead of Deutsche Bank, believes that the talent acquisition process in future will be much simplified. She attributes the technology developments in the recent years have drastically reduced the recruitment life-cycle. She also thinks that the technology innovation will reduce the complexity of the talent acquisition and also bring the best talent available in the market. As a Talent Acquisition Lead and someone with decades of experience in recruitment, she uses the technology means to get the required people for her firm. In an increasingly competitive world, finding the best talent is not always easy, but using the LinkedIn and other kinds of social media platforms are making hiring easier. The implementation of artificial intelligence can make the profiling and shortlist much easier when it goes for a mass recruitment drive, or the number of applicants is much higher.

 

In Deutsche Bank, Julie takes care of the talent acquisition for various verticals including Asset Management, GTO, and Private Wealth & Commercial Clients. She actively participates and leads the negotiation and offer for Managing Director level recruitments by including key function stakeholders and material risk-takers in the process. She is providing the strategic direction and required coaching to various recruiters, recruiting coordinators, and sourcers. She is regularly consulted by the senior leadership of the bank to implement the best recruitment practices and improve the efficiency of the total recruitment process. She also works on strategies that are aimed at bringing the best talents into the firm. She joined Deutsche Bank in April 2014 as Vice President Executive Director and took up various responsibilities from shaping the recruitment strategy to training various recruitment teams. She was also managing the external search firms and other organizations including their contracts and other business relationships to ensure sourcing high-quality talent pools available for the firm to recruit. She was elevated to the current role in November 2015.

 

She started her career with Hudson as the Director of Candidate Placement and took care of recruitments of case managers, paralegals, attorneys, etc. Later, she joined City as Vice President Executive Director, where she took care of various responsibilities from advising the senior business leaders on competitive markets, recruitment strategies, and compensation trends, to managing different sourcing firms including contract maintenance, fee selection, firm selection, etc. She also worked with New York Life Insurance Company as Experienced Hire Recruiting Lead for a short duration before joining Deutsche Bank. She completed her graduation in Philosophy from City University of New York-Brooklyn College and also did her J.D. from New York Law School. Her hobbies include photography, technology knowledge, running, and arts. She has keen interests in human rights, animal welfare, economic issues, civil rights, science, and technology. She is also actively taking part in many charitable contribution campaigns during her free time.

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