About Us

Stacey Sayler - Employment Coordinator

Stacey is dedicated to helping engineering students plan and launch their careers, and to making it easy for companies to hire UAlberta engineering talent.

Prior to joining the Engineering Employment Centre in 2009, Stacey spent 15 years in management and human resources consulting with several local firms and one of the largest advisory service firms in Canada. During this time she worked on a variety of projects including strategic plans, operational reviews, economic development initiatives, site selections, board performance and salary reviews, and executive search engagements. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Alberta, and leverages her diverse experience to develop and deliver customized services geared towards preparing students to conduct effective job searches and have impactful careers.

Some of her favourite things include November Project Canada, the Oilers, golfing, and chilling in a hammock with a great book. If a stranger says “Hi” to you in the engineering hallways, there’s a very good chance that it’s her.

Follow Stacey on Twitter: @EECStacey

Torrey Dance - Employment Coordinator

Torrey Dance is passionate about student engagement, leadership development, and student success, and is committed to helping engineering students develop the skills and knowledge they need to launch their careers!

His background includes over seven years of diverse experience in volunteer management, student recruitment, academic advising and administration, and on the development of a variety of strategic initiatives for the Associate Dean, Co-op and Student Services. His areas of expertise include program assessment, facilitation, and adult education with an emphasis on leadership and professional development. Since 2014, Torrey has been an integral part of the University of Alberta's Faculty of Engineering and was thrilled to join the Engineering Employment Centre in May 2018.

Torrey holds a Bachelor of Arts degree and is currently completing a Masters of Education in Adult, Community, and Higher Education at the University of Alberta.

His favourite things include puppies, fried chicken, and strong coffee.