City of Denton Appoints New City Auditor

Denton City Auditor
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DENTON, TX, Aug. 5, 2020 – The Denton City Council has selected Madison Rorschach as the new City Auditor. The Council formally considered the employment agreement at the City Council meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 4, with Rorschach starting the new role on Monday, Aug. 10.

Rorschach has served as the City’s Staff Auditor since 2019. Prior to joining the City of Denton, Rorschach served as an audit intern and Assistant City Auditor of College Station for more than three years. Rorschach has also earned the Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) and Certified Government Audit Professional (CGAP) certifications during her career.

“Auditing is largely about building trust between the City and its residents,” said Rorschach. “As I take on this new role, I am looking forward to continuing to serve the community here in Denton.”

The City Council started the selection process in February and utilized the City of Denton’s Human Resources Recruiter. A total of 39 applicants responded. Human Resources worked with the City Council to narrow the list to four finalists based on the candidate applications, resumes, and supplemental materials.

Contact: Tiffany Thomson (940) 349-7401, Tiffany Thomson@cityofdenton.com

About the City Auditor Position According to the City Charter, the City Auditor is appointed by the Council and performs auditing duties at the direction of the Council. The primary roles of the City Auditor are to evaluate financial information, internal controls, and compliance functions in an auditing nature and to work with the City Manager’s Office and/or department directors to review and evaluate organization operations, performance, efficiencies, and programs. The City Auditor reports all findings to the City Council, Audit/Finance Committee, and/or the City Manager.

Source: City of Denton