Julie Zuckerberg, who is presently working at Deutsche Bank as the company’s talent acquisition lead and executive recruitment lead, can be described as someone who is passionate on changing and transforming the society today. She is one of the modern day women who can be found leading in corporate centers and headquarters, often with great responsibilities at the top of the corporate ladder influencing the people surrounding them. She managed to get her degree in Philosophy when she was in college, and decided to continue her studies and attended the New York Law School and took up Law. After graduating, she immediately entered the corporate world and started her career as a director of candidate placement with Hudson – a wood and furniture manufacturing company – where she worked for five years. Being the company’s director of candidate placement, she has assisted in hiring a huge number of professionals to work with them – case managers and lawyers included. She was doing great in her job, giving insights about the workplace and a summary of what tasks an applicant needs to be done. She is also adept in orienting the potential new hires about the company’s guidelines and benefits, as well as other concerns that they have. Aside from her work with the recruiting department, she is also responsible to be the main connection between the employees and the management whenever issues between the two rise up. Julie Zuckerberg managed to use her educational background and degree as a philosopher and a lawyer to resolve internal conflicts and issues within the company, and has been mediating successfully between the involved parties as a counselor.
After working for Hudson for five years, she left her first company in 2007 to join the Citi Global Consumer Bank. She was hired as the executive recruiter, and one of her responsibilities with her new company is to assist the upper management by informing them what kind of approach and compensations they have to offer in order for potential talents to consider their company for application. She has informed the upper management about her past experiences in how to get the edge in competitive workforce, and how she can be able to spot talents who she thinks might be a future asset for the company. She has the skills which she developed with years of hard work and with the expertise that she has, the Citi Group decided to appoint her to become the company’s executive recruiter and was transferred in a different line of business, this time with the Citi Global Functions. Working with the Citi Group have given Julie Zuckerberg the chance to gain exposure and learn new things, and her skills in determining whether someone can be an asset for the company have developed positively. Hiring someone who is definitely right for the job is vital to the company’s success, and she managed to do her job well as she managed to hire a number of people with impressive background who has the potential be the next leaders of the Citi Group. She left the Citi Group after a couple of years working for them, and later on transferred to New York Life Insurance Company, where she worked only for a short period of time. She currently works with Deutsche Bank, helping the company recruit the best talents available.