Jason is a senior local authority officer for the Peterborough and Cambridgeshire Combined Authority, working with Headteachers and senior leaders to support vulnerable and disadvantaged children to enable them to remain in education. Prior to that, Jason was the Executive Principal of Neale-Wade Academy in March, Littleport and East Cambs Academy as well as Burrowmoor Primary School in March, a role he held for nine years before retiring from front-line education to take up his current role. Whilst Executive Principal, Jason chaired the Raising Aspiration committee as part of the DfE Fenland and East Cambs Opportunity Area steering group. In 2017, Jason was shortlisted for The Times Educational Supplement Headteacher of the Year in recognition of the improvements that he led in education within Fenland. This was the same year that he was designated as a National Leader of Education by the DofE.
Before working in Cambridgeshire, Jason taught PE in a number of West London schools. During this time, as an Assistant Headteacher and Director of Sport, he led Isleworth and Syon School to the national title of Specialist Sports College of the Year in 2005. In the past Jason was a professional sportsman having played Rugby League for London Crusaders and Great Britain Students versus France. The pinnacle of his sporting career was when he represented Great Britain at the 1994 Winter Olympic Games in Lillehammer, as a member of the 4-man Bobsleigh team. Jason was also a member of the team that won a European silver medal in La Plagne, France, in addition to silver and bronze medals on the World Cup circuit in 1993-94 season. Jason has contributed to a number of educational publications including Secondary Ed Magazine and the Guardian newspaper.
Jason was appointed a Deputy Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire in 2021.