Corporate & Investment Bank - Graduate Specialist

  • Deutsche Bank
  • New York, NY, United States
  • Jul 18, 2017
Full time Human Resources

Job Description


Human Resources
Working in markets around the world, our people make us strong. They are Deutsche Bank. Without Human Resources, we could never source, develop and retain the best talent, or formulate the strategies that motivate their performance.

Creating innovative, inspirational people strategies doesn’t simply drive our success. It defines our culture and encourages teamwork. Diversity is key. Collaboration is pivotal.

Our people in Human Resources touch every part of our business. They shape the way we work. They find and recruit the brightest talent. They develop their skills through structured, on-going training. They give every single member of our staff the chance to achieve their career goals and make work exceptionally rewarding.


Position Overview


The Corporate & Investment Bank (CIB) Graduate Specialist for Global Markets division, interacts with the Americas Heads of Business, Business Managers/ COOs and the wider Global Markets population on all aspects of Graduate Recruitment, Training and Program Management.  You will partner the business, wider CIB HR and global Graduate team in advising, planning and delivering campus recruitment, training and program management activities for Global Markets in the region. 

Additionally, you will coach the business in managing the interns and graduates, embracing and practicing Deutsche Bank’s values and beliefs and adhering to standard policies/processes. In conjunction with CIB HR and global Graduate team colleagues, you will ensure corporate HR programs are delivered to the business effectively and efficiently.

Responsibilities include:

  • Understand the Global Markets business junior talent recruitment, training and development needs and tailor strategy to meet those needs within global guidelines
  • Partner Team Lead, other graduate specialists and Global Markets business to establish/ execute a recruiting strategy for BA relationship schools, within budget, e.g. CMU, Duke, Harvard for the Intern Recruiting Season of 2018
  • Manage relationships with business-appointed school Team Captains, including advising them on appropriate marketing and targeting strategies for candidates from their assigned schools, and managing processes on campus during the recruiting seasons
  • Manage relationships with Career Development & Placement offices; be accountable for data management and MIS on an ongoing basis for specific schools
  • Attend on-campus presentations and target events.  Work with other graduate specialists, both in the US and potentially globally to plan all aspects of the events and presentations in conjunction with other CIB divisions 
  • Schedule and attend on-campus interviews.  Screen resumes and select candidates in conjunction with business representatives.  Work with business to assign/ sign-up representatives for interviews.   Gather/review feedback and recommend future association with candidates.  Schedule and manage second and third-round interview process in New York and possibly other domestic locations. Gather feedback and work with the business in determining offer candidates.
  • Manage Analyst and PhD offer processes, yields, targets and declines with Team Lead and Team Captains.  Mutually make decisions on candidate offer/ turndown status.  Assist with organization of CIB’s “sells” and assist in the negotiation process
  • Partner other graduate specialists develop and implement the summer Analyst training programs and ensure consistency of programs across all domestic locations.  Manage Intern Programs as appropriate, including feedback and assessment processes
  • Coordinate with global graduate team in the execution of uniform marketing materials, merchandise and campus processes
  • Partner diversity organizations at BA level to rollout in line with school and divisional strategies. Partner and support the global graduate team in diversity pipeline programs and events
  • Influence rotation matching to ensure that all Global Markets graduates have the prescribed number of rotations and are placed in challenging rotational roles, and subsequently matched to their permanent placement
  • Execute the permanent placement process for all graduates and work with the business and the HR advisory teams for any performance issues or challenges in placing graduates


  • Bachelor’s degree with 4+ years of campus recruiting experience  
  • Some exposure to training or project/ program management will be a plus
  • Demonstrated ability to develop relationships at all levels of seniority
  • Business acumen
  • Proven developed consulting and problem solving capabilities
  • Strong communication skills