Dorian Hargrove 4:30 p.m., June 24
Audit Committee Seeks Volunteer Candidates
The City of San Diego is seeking volunteers to nominate themselves to serve on the Public Audit Committee, a group chaired by a city council member with a second member and three private citizens comprising its remainder.
The committee is responsible for directing and reviewing the work of the city auditor, as well as making recommendations on the auditor’s compensation and budget. The group also monitors and makes recommendations for retention or termination of any outside auditing firm employed by the city.
Requirements for appointment include at least ten years’ experience as a certified public accountant or certified internal auditor, or commensurate experience.
One candidate will be appointed for a four-year term and will be required to attend at least one meeting a month of approximately three hours in duration. The volunteer position does not offer compensation.
Interested parties can apply for the position here.
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