Zimbabwe has a long history of migration as a source transit and destination country for migrants. Due to its strategic central geographic location within Southern Africa and its position on the North-South migration corridor, Zimbabwe has also experienced a marked increase in mixed migration and irregular migration flows. Since the year 2000, the country has also experienced social, economic and political crises that resulted in unprecedented levels of inflation and high unemployment, in addition to witnessing a combination of natural and manmade hazards and disasters that have resulted in large scale internal displacements.
Under the direct supervision of the Chief of Mission in Zimbabwe the successful candidate will be responsible for the coordination of operations of IOMs ongoing activities under the relief and resilience portfolio, in response to multiple crisis that have been affecting the country and... post-crisis immediate efforts aiming recovery Harare Zimbabwe
Programme Coordinator (Operations) P2 Harare IOM - UN Migration Harare