Designer (Sprinkler Industry)

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Troy Life & Fire Safety Ltd. is one of the largest suppliers of Fire Alarm, Fire Suppression, Security, Nurse call and Communications Systems in Canada. Proudly Canadian, we are an employee owned company with over 640 people in 28 locations coast to coast. An entrepreneurial company with a legacy of success, we pride ourselves on having a team of industry leading talent and an exciting plan for the future.


  • Design, calculate and stock list fire sprinkler projects in a construction environment. Verify that all deliverables meet NFPA standards and local ordinance.
  • Work with a team of fire protection designers, reporting directly to the design team leader.
  • Liaise between management, estimating, design, fabrication, installation and project management as a valuable team member resulting in increased profitability.
  • Assist in continuing and maintaining company best practices in coordination with national fire protection design team.


  • Post-secondary education in Fire Protection Engineering or CET Building Sciences Program or equivalent.
  • Knowledge of design layout, hydraulic calculations, stock listing and project management would be an asset. (+/-2 years)
  • Experience as a Fire Protection Systems Designer (2 years)
  • NICET certification and/or have the ability to become certified.
  • Working expertise of AutoCAD and hydraulic calculations.
  • Experience with HydraCAD is an asset.
  • Experience producing installation level design and working with an internal fabrication shop is an asset.
  • background in Fire Protection Contracting is an asset.

Troy Life & Fire Safety Ltd. offers an excellent compensation package, and a comprehensive benefits program. Discover a company committed to ensuring an environment that fosters employee and corporate growth while providing financial success to both .

Accommodation for applicants with disabilities is available, upon request, throughout the recruitment process in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005.