Public Partners of PA

Jodi Noble

Jodi is a Professional Municipal Consultant and is the manager of Chartiers Township, Washington County. She previously served as Moon Township, Allegheny County’s assistant manager, gaining extensive experience in public administration, municipal finance, personnel administration, community development and land use matters.

As Manager of Chartiers Township, Jodi:

  • Develops and manages the Township Budget
  • Oversees personnel matters for the Township’s employees
  • Is developing a records management plan and system
  • Has overseen major capital projects including road construction, sanitary sewers and the  construction of a new community center
  • Is preparing a long-range financial plan for the Township

At Public Partners, Jodi:

  • Prepared contract negotiation materials and strategies, including Act 111 arbitration for a variety of municipal clients
  • Conducted a personnel file audit and developed a personnel file management plan
  • Conducted manager searches, including advertising, outreach, applicant profile review, interview question development, including a project oriented interview
  • Conducted jurisdictional analysis of land use regulations for potential applicants

 As Assistant Manager in Moon Township, Jodi:

  • Annually developed and managed a $13 million budget
  • Developed the Township’s first ever capital improvement plan and financial policy
  • Oversaw GASB 34 compliance
  • Managed personnel, including the development of a municipal personnel policy, collective bargaining and Act 111 arbitration
  • Was successful in receiving a multitude of Federal and state grants for conservation, redevelopment and public safety programs
  • Helped develop an innovative comprehensive plan to ensure a sustainable municipal development vision

Background, memberships and affiliations:

  • Graduated magna cum laude from Washington and Jefferson College in 1995
  • Phi Beta Kappa National Honor Society
  • Pi Sigma Alpha National Political Science Honor Society; received the James Clyde McGregor  Prize in Political Science
  • Master’s degree in Public Administration from the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public and International Affairs
  • Specialized in personnel and labor-management relations