Steve Bradley Head of Talent Acquisition Services Vice President, Citizens Bank


Steve Bradley has over 15 years of talent acquisition experience in a  variety of industries to include healthcare, consulting and financial  services. He is currently the Head of Talent Acquisition Services at  Citizens Bank where he leads a 22 person organization that provides  recruiting infrastructure related tools and solutions to enable the  Talent Acquisition team to fill close to 8,000 positions a year. Steve’s  team is specifically responsible for the bank’s Employer Brand  Marketing strategy, all recruiting support services, Compliance and  Audit, project management for all recruiting related projects & he  is responsible for managing the bank’s Sub Contract Labor program.

Prior to this role, he was responsible for leading the recruiting  strategy for the Business Services division and all the Corporate  Functions for the bank. He led a team of six recruiters delivering  recruiting support for the following business units: Operations,  Technology Services, Finance, Risk, Human Resources, Legal, Property,  Security Services & Supply Chain Services. Annually, Steve’s team  filled between 1,500-2,000 positions.

Prior to joining Citizens in 2011, Steve spent the previous 10 years  of his career at Perot Systems, Ross Perot’s consulting organization and  the technology solutions provider, Dell. While at Perot Systems, Steve  was the Central & Eastern Region Recruiting Leader for their  Healthcare Practice (7,000 person division). At Dell, he led their  Talent Acquisition Center of Excellence responsible for Talent  Acquisition Vendor strategy, Social Media, Employment Branding,  Recruiting Orientation/Onboarding, M&A support and Talent  Acquisition reporting & audit. Steve joined Dell as a part of the  Perot Systems acquisition in 2009

Steve holds a BS & BA from the University of Delaware. He has  also completed the Citizens Bank Leadership Development program at  Babson College. He lives in Rhode Island with his wife Julie and their  three children. He spends his spare time coaching youth sports in  Cranston’s Edgewood neighborhood, coaching Little League baseball and  girls’ basketball in the Edgewood Girls’ Basketball League. He is also  very active at St. Paul’s Church serving as a Eucharistic Minister.