Yes, rotate the jumps every couple of weeks too.
Box jump, sitting on a box, increasing height Box jump for 3 weeks.
Box jump with kettlebell for resistance, increasing resistance for 3 weeks.
Sit on box, then box jump with ankle weights for resistance. Increase height for 3 weeks.
Jumps from Knees to feet, increase from 20 jumps to 40 jumps over 3 weeks.
Also, don't forget to take a Max Effort jump (all time height record or all time added weight to a set height) every once in awhile to make sure your "absolute jumping power" is increasing.
Be very careful with depth jumps or drop jumps. They are only for elite athletes, for a limited time, at the end of the training cycle.
For ME barbell stuff, I like 4 different moves. This way you get 4 weeks between repeats, and still get to break a record every month. Its real easy to keep track of. There is no anxiety. Beat every record by 5 pounds every time and you go up 60 pounds on 4 lifts in one year.