Moffitt earns municipal clerk designation


Bradley Moffitt

From Staff Reports
Elizabethton City Clerk Bradley Moffitt has earned the designation of Certified Municipal Clerk (CMC) from the Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC) for achieving its high educational, experience and service requirements.
Moffitt has been employed as Elizabethton's city clerk/director of finance since January 2001.
The program provides over 100 student/instructor contact hours of in-depth courses in managerial and leadership skills, social and interpersonal concerns, and technical training needed to deal with changes taking place in government today.
Applicants must complete a baccalaureate degree in public administration or a related field, have experience in local government and participate in various education opportunities to receive the CMC designation.
Moffitt holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Technology at East Tennessee State University, and a Master of Business Administration degree from Jacksonville State University in Jacksonville, Ala. He has attended the IIMC-approved Municipal Clerks Institute Program conducted by the Division of Continuing Studies at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro. Moffitt joins 54 active municipal clerks from the state of Tennessee who currently hold the CMC designation.
Launched in 1970, the certification program aides municipal clerks and deputy clerks to improve job performance and recognizes professionalism of the municipal clerk's office. Qualifications of applicants are reviewed and approved by the IIMC Program and Review Committee.
The International Institute of Municipal Clerks is a professional association with over 10,000 members throughout the United States, Canada and 15 countries.