Jun 11, 2024

Fire Sprinkler System Journeyperson - London, ON

  • C&H Fire Suppression Systems Inc.
  • This position requires work at various job sites in the London area.
No Vaccination Mandate Construction

Job Description

C&H Fire Suppression Systems Inc. is passionate about life safety, and we are looking for licensed sprinkler fitters to join our London team. Some of our projects are also in the Sarnia area, so the ability to commute there may be required.

We are a family owned, privately held company founded in 1985 with a head office in Kitchener, Ontario and a branch office in London.  We provide complete turn-key fire protection services to the industrial, commercial, institutional, and residential sectors of Ontario’s construction industry, specializing in design-build projects. 

Your role involves installing, adjusting, and repairing sprinkler-based fire protection systems and piping for engineered systems. Much of your work is above-head and includes physical labour carrying and moving equipment and tools.  You will be required to train a sprinkler fitter apprentice as needed.


Job Skills & Qualifications

•       MUST be a licensed Journeyperson Sprinkler Fitter, a member of UA Local 853 and registered with Skilled Trades Ontario (formerly OCOT).

•       Able to read and understand construction blueprints, diagrams, and specifications used in installation activities.

•       Able to work in unusual and sometimes difficult positions such as climbing ladders, scaffolding and high lift equipment, working within ducts, crawl spaces, above ceilings, etc.

•       Ability to adhere to, implement, and always follow safety guidelines and procedures.

•       Ability to multi-task and prioritize work tasks.

•       Professional attitude and ability to work closely and communicate well with coworkers, other trades and/or clients.



•       Union-based salary paid weekly.

•       Comprehensive Benefits Package including Medical, Health, Dental, Vision, LTD/STD, and Life Insurance.


We also offer:

•       ongoing training and management support,

•       career growth opportunities,

•       an open-door policy and relaxed environment, and

•        company sponsored social events.


Hours based on full-time union standards:

Four 9-hour days per week but may be subject to slight changes.

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