(a)   The City Auditor shall be an elector of the City, and shall be elected for a term of four years commencing on the first day of January following the election. The City Auditor shall be the City's chief fiscal and accounting officer. The City Auditor shall not hold any other elective or appointive public office or other full-time employment, public or private, except that of notary public or member of the National Guard or Reserve Forces of the United States, member of any political party or committee thereof, or delegate to any state or national political party convention, and shall not be interested in the profits or emoluments of any contract, job, work or service for the City, other than their compensation as City Auditor. The City Auditor shall remain a qualified elector and resident of the City throughout their term of office.
   (b)   No person may occupy the office of City Auditor for more than three (3) consecutive terms of four years. A former City Auditor may seek election or appointment to the office only after the expiration of the full term next following their departure from the former position for which the disqualification set forth by this subsection shall apply.
(Amended 11-2-93; 11-5-13; 11-6-18.)