Meet Jason Reynolds
What was your first place of employment?
The first job I worked at was at McDonald’s when I was 14. It was definitely hard work for the young teen that I was, but I believe it provided me with the work ethic and drive for success that I have today.
What are some quirky or interesting things about you?
My dream job during school was to become a successful music producer. Although I have produced some music in collaborations with friends in the past, it’s safe to say that producing good music was not my strong suit.
How do you spend your free time?
I spend my free time either in the gym keeping myself physically active or at home reading a book or an article to keep my brain active. I love to keep myself occupied with productive things.
What made you decide to step into this career?
I have always been business-minded, even since I was young. I even attempted to start up my own streetwear apparel business at 14, although it was very unsuccessful. I decided to step into this career to better understand the effect accounting has on business.
If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go and why?
I have always wanted to travel across Europe, there is a lot of stunning places to visit and cultures to learn from. It would be an amazing experience and definitely a tick off of the bucket list for me.
What makes you an asset to Precision?
What makes me an asset to Precision is my eagerness to build my skills and knowledge, and my drive to succeed. I believe these qualities of mine assist me in working to the best of my ability every day.
What music do you listen to?
As a musician, I tend to keep my horizons quite broad when it comes to what music I listen to. Whether it is Country, R&B, Pop or Rock, if it’s catchy I will listen to it. Recently I have been listening to a lot of Australian Rock bands, such as Ocean Alley, Great Gable and Skeggs.
What do you value most in life?
For myself, building lasting and meaningful relationships with people is what I value most. Whether it is family, friends, or even just the guy working the register at the local servo, I find building connection with people creates a lot more positivity.
What do you hope to get out of working at Precision?
What I hope to get out of working for Precision is the experience and knowledge to be able to establish a successful career.
What do you enjoy most about working at Precision?
I really enjoy learning new skills while being helped and encouraged by a super supportive team.