A highly trained Purchasing and Supply Chain manager with extensive experience in the financial services, aerospace & defence and energy in Africa and Europe specializing in financial advisory, procurement, contracting, supply chain management, quality, project management, policy advisory and managing specialized procurement projects.
Adept at working transversely across various levels of management within a multi-site environment, managing specialized procurement projects, structuring commercial transactions, contractual obligations, developing and executing strategic plans.
Specialties: Purchasing, Procurement, Supply Chain, Lean Manufacturing, Six sigma, Mergers and Acquisition, Novations, Enablement, Consolidated Bidding.
– Present (5 years 5 months)Bristol, United Kingdom
– Directed and led the qualification of supplier/product couple for nominated supplier;
– Performed supplier quality assessments, surveillance and industrial approval in line with Airbus policy;
– Implement and support enforcement of Airbus process, methods and compliance with aviation authority requirements;
– Ensured that the commodity supply chain has sufficient capacity to meet existing and future needs;
– Provided risk-based assurance reporting, monitoring mitigation and action plans for each supplier;
– Identified opportunities for rationalisation of the supplier base across the multi-site organisation;
– Managed the deployment of several key supply chain improvement projects such as AirSupply; General Requirements for Aerostructures Material Suppliers for Stockists & Distributors;
– Ensured the D1 and R1 performance metrics targets for contracted commodity supplier are achieved;
– Monitored and reported on supplier performance to support the supplier selection process;
3. Sourcing Manager
– (1 year 8 months)Bristol, United Kingdom
– Led the procurement process related to specific suppliers including requests for proposals and quotation, tender review, evaluation and contract negotiation;
– Delivered multiple sourcing projects across various markets such as Seals, Labels, Clamps, Brackets, Grommets commodity with a combined total of £5m spend leading to savings of £1m annually;
– Ensured suppliers risks were captured, and managed during the supplier selection process; through the risk management process;
– Suppliers included; Meggitt Polymer & Composites, Trelleborg Sealing Solutions, Icon Polymer and Kirkhill-TA – Esterline;
– Analysed and maintained bill of materials & price brochures of various parts for Single Aisle, Long Range & A380 aircrafts;
– Negotiated & maintained all terms and conditions, prices, etc. for various types of agreement (NDA, GTA, MOU etc…) with key suppliers;
– Developed and maintained strategic contractual relationships with suppliers ensuring integration with the procurement strategy;
– Raised, managed and process purchase orders, delivery schedule agreements etc. to fulfil order needs;
– Enhanced the sourcing process by engaging suppliers regarding Airbus strategy, policy and performance related information;
– (1 year)Bristol, United Kingdom
– Directed and led a multi-functional team of 4 specialists to support the carve out of Airbus Filton to GKN Aerospace on behalf of the General Procurement unit by defining and developing procurement strategies for the process;
– Managed the contract novation, enablement and other procurement activities to ensure smooth transition;
– Ensured project risks were identified, defined, captured and managed through the risk management process;
– Compiled, issued tender packages and reviewed bids for markets such as Manufacturing & Office Consumables, Services IT and Telecoms with a combined total spend of £3 Million;
– Engaged with suppliers in negotiating price and commercial terms to achieve set targets;
– Reviewed and considered the legal aspects associated with contracts, liaising with the Commercial Department and providing advice to clients as appropriate;
– Effectively managed partner relationships for local and international suppliers to support sourcing activities;
– (1 year 6 months)Abuja, Nigeria
– Directed and led a team of 5 Relationship Officers in marketing campaigns to promote the bank’s products and services;
– Met with customers to discuss their financial requirements and provided appropriate advice;
– Analysed customer financial information, such as management accounts and cash flow statements;
– Developed and improved the quality of credit submissions following a very structured format;
– Assessed the credit worthiness of customers, undertook investigations regarding credit proposals and prepared reports based on these proposals;
– (1 year 3 months)Abuja, Nigeria
– Designed and championed marketing campaigns to promote new and existing products and services;
– Analyzed loans and credit applications based on risk to make decisions or propose approval;
– Met with customers to establish their needs and advised which services would best suit them;
Volunteer Experience & Causes
Nigerian Alumni Ambassador
– (7 years)Education
- Answered queries that prospective students have about the University, Aberdeen and student life;
- Give students practical advice on what to expect when they arrive at Robert Gordon University Aberdeen;
- Helped international staff at recruitment events;
- Provided testimonials and career profiles.
Opportunities Jeuel is looking for:
- Joining a nonprofit board
- Skills-based volunteering (pro bono consulting)
Causes Jeuel cares about:
- Civil Rights and Social Action
- Social Services
Organizations Jeuel supports:
Spatial Transfer of Energy Policy Framework in Nigeria for scale up of Renewable Applications – Policies, Barriers and Opportunities
Increasingly dissatisfied with the state of energy supply, the Nigerian government has joined the vanguard of sub-Saharan nations in setting ambitious targets for the growth of the renewable energy, improved energy efficiency and ultimately reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. Realization of these targets as it were are contingent on the successful completion of necessary reforms to unlock the demand potency of the electricity supply industry. As drafted by the Energy Commission of Nigeria the Renewable Energy Master Plan proposes a national framework to the approach but the National Electricity Regulatory Commission has the important role of deploying economic and regulatory mechanisms with the aim of achieving these objectives. Yet since institutions in emerging economies do not always possess the capacity to tackle the challenges confronting them, they often look to draw lessons from foreign governments. However, with no legislative and statutory measures, the regulatory environment remains increasingly fragmented and the process of transferring such experiences into the energy policy domain presents a major challenge in Nigeria. This PhD is being undertaken to examine the existence of these dilemma and conceptualise Nigeria’s renewable energy policy framework to optimise understanding of evolution, architecture and deployment strategies. This PhD thesis involves a comparative review of the transfer of policy from a selection of developed to developing countries. This research adopts historical institutionalism and lessons drawing approach to present a multilevel explanatory framework to account for cross-jurisdictional transference of policy instruments. Whilst the focus is on renewable energy policy instruments in Nigeria, it is anticipated that the framework will become applicable to the wider public policy domain in Nigeria as a means of improving policy performance.
Project Management Professional
Project Management Institute, License 1209533
Prince 2 Practitioner
Office of Government Commerce (OGC), License P2R/608745
Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply, License 005333624
PhD Thesis Title
Spatial Transfer of Energy Policy Frameworks in Nigeria for scale up of Renewable Applications – Policy Learning, Divergence and Convergence
This PhD is being undertaken to examine the existence of these dilemma and conceptualise Nigeria’s renewable energy policy framework to optimise understanding of evolution, architecture and deployment strategies. This PhD thesis involves a comparative review of the transfer of policy from a selection of developed to developing countries and adopts historical institutionalism and lessons drawing approach to present a multilevel explanatory framework to account for cross-jurisdictional transference of policy instruments. It is anticipated that the framework will become applicable to the wider public policy domain in Nigeria as a means of improving policy performance.
Purchasing Principles & Law, Supply Chain Management, Strategic Purchasing
Upstream Oil and Gas Decommissioning: Strategies and Opportunities for Consulting –
Consultancy Project for Accenture
Activities and Societies: Attended: Business at the Intersection @ IAE Graduate Management School; Université Paul Cézanne, AIX-en-Provence, Marseille, France
Birthday October 13
Honors & Awards
Additional Honors & Awards
Awarded a scholarship by the Aberdeen Business School Scholarship board in recognition of outstanding academic excellence.
The Combustion of Diesel and the effects of Palm Kernel Oil on the Combustion rate and on the Heat of Combustion have been investigated. The Combustion rate decreases in the presence of the additive and tends to reach a minimum at 4cm3 of the additive in 15cm3 of the Diesel sample. The Combustion rate for Pure Diesel sample was found to be 2.85 x 10-4 cm3 sec-1 while lower values of 1.93 x 10-4 cm3 sec-1 and 1.60 x 10-4 cm3 sec-1 were obtained when the additive (1cm3 and 4cm3) respectively were added to the fixed volume of Diesel (15cm3) . The lowering of the Combustion rate suggests that PKO has some anti-knock properties.
A gradual increase in the Combustion rate has been observed when the volume of the additive was increased above 4cm3 in the same volume of the Diesel.
The Heat of Combustion value for Pure Diesel sample as experimentally determined was -1500 KJmol-1. Higher values of -1590KJmol-1 and -1842KJmol-1 was obtained with the additive concentration of 1cm3 and 4cm3 respectively mixed with 15cm3 of the Diesel sample. The Heat of Combustion values show a remarkable increase with increased concentration of the additive.
The analysis of the weight loss with time for the combustion of Diesel and a plot of the kinetic data reveals a first order mechanism. Lower values of rate constant were recorded with the presence of the additive against the high value of the Pure Diesel sample. The lowering of the rate constants agrees well with the corresponding longer half-life value recorded upon the introduction of the additive.
Infrared spectrum reveals an elimination of the OH-group and an introduction of a -CO group by the additive which probably amounts to a substitution of a carbon atom for a hydrogen atom.