Welcome to Denver Auditor's Office. We deliver independent, transparent and professional oversight in order to safeguard and improve the public's investment in the City and County of Denver. Our work is performed on behalf of everyone who cares about the city, including its residents, workers, and decision-makers. We are committed to attract, recruit, and retain the highest quality people, and provide opportunities for professional growth and advancement. If you would like to join our team, please take a look at the current open positions.
- To apply, create an account with the City and County of Denver Careers work portal. A completed online application is required to be considered for a position.
- We are not able to accept application materials outside of the online application system.
- To check the status of your application, log in to your City and County of Denver Careers work portal.
- If selected, you will be contacted via email and/or phone.
- Due to the high number of applications we receive, we are unable to provide individualized feedback on applications.
Do you have an interest in volunteering your professional expertise while serving in an important role in local government?
The Audit Committee meets in the City and County Building in downtown Denver monthly, on the morning of the 3rd Thursday. Meetings typically include two city performance audit report presentations by Auditor's Office audit staff. Additional information about the Audit Committee and past meetings can be found here: Audit Committee
Members are appointed based on their education or experience in accounting, auditing, financial management, or related fields of expertise. Members serve four-year terms and are eligible for reappointment. Except for the Denver Auditor, no member of the committee may hold any other office or employment with the city while serving on the committee. Committee members are paid a modest monetary stipend on a quarterly basis for attending meetings.
The elected Denver Auditor Timothy M. O’Brien, CPA, serves as chairman of the Audit Committee, which consists of the auditor and six other members, two of whom are appointed by the mayor, the City Council, and the auditor, respectively.
The primary responsibility of Denver’s 7-member independent Audit Committee is to commission an annual independent external audit of the city’s finances. City and county external financial audits and Auditor’s Office audits are conducted in accordance with generally accepted government auditing standards and briefed with the Audit Committee in a televised public meeting.
Please email your resume and cover letter to Valerie.Walling@denvergov.org if you are interested in an important role for your community!
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What Do We Do?
What do the Denver Auditor and his office do? They aren’t just accountants and they aren’t the IRS. Denver Auditor Timothy M. O’Brien, CPA, is here to answer your questions about the Office of the Auditor.
AUDITOR TIMOTHY O'BRIEN, CPA
Denver Auditor's Office
201 W. Colfax Ave. #705 Denver, CO 80202
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