In this study, we develop an integrated framework for simultaneous detection of seismic events and picking phase arrival times, phase association, and locating earthquakes. The proposed model combines the accuracy of convolutional neural networks for classification tasks and the efficiency of waveform‐based algorithms for identifying coherent seismic arrivals. We find that our model strongly dominates the classic techniques, especially in identifying small magnitude earthquakes. We apply our model to one month of continuous seismic data recorded in western Canada for monitoring seismic activity associated with fluid injection operations. In comparison with previously developed deep‐learning models, our technique reveals a nearly identical performance without human interaction during the entire process of picking the phase arrival times and locating the associated events.