Jordan is the founder and lead strength and conditioning coach for Goliath: High Performance Training. Goliath offers 1-1 training, small group training, team training, and team yoga in Edmonton, Alberta. Goliath boasts an elite volleyball specific training program, and works with several volleyball athletes at the youth, university, and professional levels to further enhance their physical capacity and abilities. These programs focus on educating the athletes while simultaneously improving on-court physical performance.
Jordan completed a Masters degree (MEd) in Coaching and Exercise Science from the University of Victoria and is NCCP level 2 certified. He also holds an undergraduate Bachelors of Kinesiology degree from University of Alberta: Augustana Campus, where he was a member of the Augustana Vikings men's volleyball team during that time.
Head coaching club in Alberta since 2012, Jordan has seen his teams succeed, including four straight provincial finals appearances, two back to back provincial championship golds, two top 4 finishes in Division 1 Canadian National Championships, as well as having over 90% of his graduating athletes receive scholarships to play post-secondary volleyball at either the CCAA or U-Sport levels. Jordan has also been involved with Volleyball Alberta's provincial team programs, coaching on the men's side on 4 separate summer campaigns, earning 2 National Championship silver medals (2014 & 2015), 1 National Championship bronze medal (2016), and competed in the USA High Performance Championships in Fort Lauderdale, Florida (2017).
At the post-secondary level, Jordan has served as an assistant coach for NAIT OOKS MVB from 2014 to 2019 and now is currently with MACEWAN UNIVERSITY GRIFFINS MVB as an assistant coach for the 2019-2020 season.