James "Jim" Moffat (born January 27, 1960) is a Scottish former footballer and manager, currently without a club after being released by Montrose.
He played as a goalkeeper for several Scottish lower league clubs. After retiring from playing in 2001, Moffat was appointed as the assistant manager at Stirling Albion.
He then became the manager of East Fife in 2002. He achieved promotion from the Third Division in 2003, but the club were relegated in the following season. He was sacked in 2006 after a run of defeats.
He was appointed manager of Forfar in March 2007, but was sacked in April 2008 with the side just one point above last place in the Third Division.
Jim Moffat was appointed as Steven Tweed's assistant joining the club in June 2009 from Tayport Juniors where he held a similar position. [http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/teams/e/east_fife/4685112.stm
On 3 June 2010, Montrose boss Steven Tweed has decided to part company with his assistant, the former East Fife and Forfar manager Jim Moffat. The duo teamed up at Links Park twelve months ago as Tweed looked to have an old head on board as he started his first full season as a player/manager.