The 22-year-old joins the club with immediate effect, and is available for selection for this week’s game with St Helens.
“He’s a rather large human being who can play on the edge and in the middle,” said Giants coach Paul Anderson.
“He will add a bit more variety to our squad and a bit of freshness. He’s come on an initial month’s loan and he’s got a month to impress.
“We’ve always talked about him, he’s got some good Super League experience and he’s caused us some problems every time we’ve played against him and those are the players that you like.”
Giants managing director Richard Thewliss thanked Hull KR for their cooperation in making the deal happen.
”We have a good relationship with the people at Hull KR and with us having lost a couple to injury and suspension and they being relatively healthy after the Easter double header, it’s a good opportunity for us to bring Jordan in,” he said.
“He is a player we have looked at in the past which Hull KR are aware of and it maybe that we can offer him some game time sooner than they at this moment in time, and it’ll be nice to see fresh face at training for us, and a new environment for Jordan can only be beneficial at this time in his development.”