Group UK CEO
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David started his career in Research and Development with Thorn Lighting followed by eight years managing the lighting laboratories at BSI (British Standards Institution).
He later joined Existalite / Thomas & Betts as Technical Director and was promoted to Managing Director while also handling the Group roles of European Product Manager and World Standards Manager.
David joined the Jordan Group in 2003 initially as Managing Director of Emergency Lighting Products Limited but took control of both Jordan UK companies in 2009.
David is Chairman of ICEL Council, a member of the LIA Council and a Director of Lumicom.
Paul has been a key member of the Jordan family since 2007 and brings with him a wealth of experience in the lighting industry.
Previous roles have included Technical Sales, Key Account Management and Business Development Management across 18 years.
Paul’s vast experience of luminaire design, LED lighting, lighting controls, emergency lighting and manufacturing processes is matched only by his drive, energy and good humour.
Paul is responsible for Sales and Marketing within Jordan Reflectors including selling to OEMs, managing the sales team and business development.
Maria is our highly experienced and competent Finance Manager. She is responsible for all finance, accounting and reporting functions within Jordan Reflectors Ltd.
With 19 years of experience in finance, Maria brings strong planning, analytical and organisational skills to Jordan Reflectors with a proven ability to significantly improve accounting controls. Maria has previously worked in the construction and retail industries. Maria has also worked in private practice, where she qualified and became a member of the Association of Accounting Technicians (MAAT).
Maria is born-and-bred in Essex and is kept busy outside work by her family, friends and a range of keep fit hobbies.
Mick has a long and distinguished career in the lighting industry and we’re delighted that he’s now a member of the Jordan family. Mick brings 35 years’ experience in lighting manufacturing to his role as Operations Manager.
Having responsibility for production brings with it many challenges and it is in tackling these ever-evolving demands where Mick thrives. He gets a genuine buzz from ensuring that all deadlines are met on time.
Mick lives in Braintree, Essex and outside work he is a proud father and grandfather, enjoys national hunt racing and supports West Ham. He also makes a mean curry!
Martin is Technical Manager for both Jordan Reflectors Ltd and our sister company Emergency Lighting Products Ltd. He has worked in the lighting industry for over 20 years.
Martin manages our design team and project leads all new lighting products.
Martin’s technical expertise is considerable – he is a member of several industry committees, including the DALI Technical Working Group, BSI EL/001/1 Emergency Lighting Standards Committee, LIA Technical Board and LED Applications Committee. Martin is also vice-chairman of the ICEL Emergency Lighting Technical Committee.
Chris is our Commercial Manager – a role he has held since June 2011. Prior to this position, Chris has been Technical Manager and Technical Sales Manager.
Chris’s time with Jordan goes right back to 1978 when he started as a Trainee Press Setter. His wealth of experience in the organisation means he has an excellent breadth of knowledge across manufacturing, technical and sales.
His current position means Chris handles major project quotations, special project management, customer sales support and sales administration.
Paul has been with Jordan Reflectors for over 32 years and is one of our most experienced members of staff. During this time Paul has been involved in many of the dynamic changes within the business that have seen it reach its current position as a market leader.
He started with Jordan on the factory floor as an assembler and running power presses. He then progressed to the drawing office and subsequently gained experience in press tool drawing and design, louvre reflector and luminaire design, photometrics, purchasing, quotation, stock control end quality control.
Paul’s current role as Engineering Manager gives him responsibility for product design and manufacture. He is also Jordan Reflectors’ Quality Manager.
Trevor has been a member of the Jordan family since 2003 and in the lighting industry since 1992. He has a strong electrical background which includes time spent lecturing in electrical engineering and lighting. Trevor has also spent time as a Technical and Production Manager elsewhere in the lighting industry.
Much of Trevor’s experience has been in a technical capacity which enables him to provide an all round service to his customers in his role as Sales Area Manager. Trevor is very much at home discussing the most in-depth technical requirements with consulting engineers and architects.
Trevor is a member of the Institute of Lighting Engineers (MILP) and the Engineering Council (Eng Tech) and his geographical area of responsibility takes him from Birmingham north and into Scotland.
Mark is our first dedicated Project Manager. This is a role specifically created to help us cope with increased demand and Mark was the ideal candidate.
With 15 years’ experience in the lighting industry, Mark brings a wealth of knowledge that will ensure customers receive the best possible service from Jordan Reflectors Ltd.
Mark’s experience covers in-house design and production as well as sales – the perfect combination to provide the best project management direction and support. His key strength in understanding customer requirements and helping to translate these into highly efficient, fit-for-purpose bespoke products at a competitive price point will be invaluable to Jordan and our customers alike.
Emma is Sales and Purchase Office Manager and has been with us for nearly 20 years. Emma has several responsibilities including purchasing, customer liaison and overseeing transport. She is also responsible for safe receipt of orders and confirmation of delivery schedules.
Emma’s work is as varied as it is challenging, and it is these challenges that she thrives on.
A local girl, Emma is kept busy outside work by her children.