Sec. 2-271. - Office established.
There is hereby created the office of internal city auditor.
(Code 1961, § 2-3.2(a); Code 1985, § 2-65; Ord. No. 2011-74, § 1, 9-20-11)
Sec. 2-272. - Appointment; supervision; compensation.
The internal city auditors shall be appointed by the city council and compensated by such salary as the city council may from time to time prescribe. The internal city auditors shall be under the direction and supervision of the city council and shall be evaluated as to performance from time to time by the city council.
(Code 1961, § 2-3.2(b); Code 1985, § 2-67; Ord. No. 2011-74, § 1, 9-20-11)
Sec. 2-273. - Duties.
The internal city auditors shall conduct systematic accounting analysis and continuing audits of the various departments, accounts and accounting systems within the city government, advance strategic efforts and programs geared at prevention and loss control, and shall have such other duties as may be prescribed from time to time by the city council. They shall work cooperatively to assist management in monitoring the design and proper functioning of internal control policies and procedures by functioning as an additional level of control and so help to improve the city's overall control environment. The different internal auditors will work cooperatively on their duties or may be separately tasked by city council to investigate, report and audit different departments, accounts and accounting systems within the city government as directed by city council.
(Code 1961, § 2-3.2(a); Code 1985, § 2-66; Ord. No. 2011-74, § 1, 9-20-11)
Secs. 2-274—2-290. - Reserved.