MEET THE TEAM
Ross has many years of experience in the waste management industry having set up and successfully run a similar company over the past 14 years. After developing that business as far as was possible and feeling the general waste market had become too cluttered, Ross decided to put his experience, enthusiasm and innovation to good use and started Jettison – A fresh new business model totally focused on a target market and committed to delivering excellence and personal service at all times.
In his spare time, Ross is a wannabe rock star – playing not only the bagpipes but drums and guitar too. He’s ever hopeful of a call from Jools Holland…and not because he’s having a clear out..
TRACEY MCCALLUMAccounts Manager / Horse Whisperer
Tracey has worked with Ross & Dave for several years and as well as keeping them in check, she looks after HR and Jettison’s customers too. If there’s anything you need, just give her a call or drop her a line. Outside of work, Tracey is a volunteer Riding Instructor at Riding for the Disabled, dog lover, cook and keen traveller –so much so she’s known affectionately to her colleagues as Judith Chalmers.
DAVE GORDONHead of Operations / Ninja
Dave has years of experience in the waste management industry working in both North America and Scotland. He’s the guy that looks after all the staff training, and the maintenance of our vehicles and sorts the logistics for every job. Dave will ensure the truck teams are fully briefed before they arrive with you – ensuring a slick, professional service. If you’ve got a problem, he’ll have a solution. When he’s not got his hands full juggling schedules, Dave is a keen martial arts enthusiast –even honing his skills in Japan.
STEVEN CRAIGSenior Truck Team Member/ Sharp Shooter
Steven who’s based in Edinburgh is the quiet one in our team but he’s a safe pair of hands and before you know it, your job is done. In his spare time, Steven enjoys working with his gun dogs and he applies the same consistent quietness and calms to that as he does to his role at Jettison.
Still, on her probationary period, Nancy is showing great potential. Her tea-making skills need improvement and she’s often caught snoozing. However, she’s always ready to offer a warm welcome to visitors and she’s excellent at rounding up the truck teams.