System Administrator

Information Technology Atlanta, Georgia Carlsbad, California



Fluidra’s seeking a Systems Administrator to join the IT team. We are open to this person being based out of either of our North America offices, Carlsbad, CA or Atlanta, GA. 



The Systems Administrator serves as the hands-on systems administrator for managing an enterprise Microsoft Windows system infrastructure and supporting systems implementation related to Microsoft Azure & M365, VMware, Tanium, Active Directory and GPO, SAN storage, Backup/Recovery, Server and Application Monitoring Tools, Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft SharePoint, and Disaster Recovery. Additionally, you will:  


  • Install, configure, troubleshoot, maintain, and support Windows Server, including software and hardware installation/configuration. 
  • Design, Implement, and troubleshoot virtualization using VMware/VXRail. 
  • Use Tanium to patch and maintain our server and endpoint environments.  
  • Maintain server environment stability by reviewing monitoring tools and applying patches after testing. 
  • Perform database administration tasks, including configuration management, backup/recovery, performance optimization, and space management. 
  • Participate in infrastructure design planning and implementation. 
  • Lead Infrastructure projects and perform project management tasks as required. 
  • Manage multiple assignments concurrently. 
  • Document all routine tasks, incidents, change management scheduling and tracking, and database policies and standards. 
  • Maintain inventory and asset configuration documentation in Tanium. 
  • Interact with customers, management, and staff on a technical level, as required 
  • Serve as the technical expert in Server systems administration and systems management 
  • Responsible for monitoring system performance, network, and storage utilization 
  • Provide support with escalated help desk requests via Service Now 
  • Improve/update new systems and deployment plans 
  • Create and maintain PowerShell scripts to improve operational efficiency 
  • Perform troubleshooting as needed, assist with problem-solving efforts, involve other teams, partners, and outside vendors 
  • Experience and working knowledge of Active Directory and Azure Active Directory 
  • Cross-train and instruct other IT team members on specialized skills/training; 
  • Perform tasks as required by management/supervisory staff; 
  • Provide after-hours support for infrastructure weekend maintenance and related emergencies 
  • 25% of travel (Domestic or international) 




  • 3+ years of working experience as an expert-level Windows System Administrator 
  • Proven experience working in highly collaborative environments. 
  • Expert understanding of Windows server trends and best practices 
  • Expertise in securing systems, providing audit evidence, Cluster/HA, and standards implementation 
  • Automation (PowerShell, etc…) a plus 
  • Tanium administration is a plus 
  • Strong troubleshooting/performance tuning skills required. 
  • Ability to diagnose problems and triage/resolve issues across various tiers (application, network, database, server, middleware, or storage tiers). 



  • Bachelor’s degree in information technology, computer science, software engineering, or equivalent knowledge acquired by work experience and training

An exciting opportunity to dive in and begin your career with a company that offers a competitive total rewards package that includes:  

  • 9/80 work week schedule (EVERY OTHER FRIDAY OFF!)
  • Paid vacation
  • 11 paid Holidays
  • Full range of health benefits including medical, dental & vision, short & long-term disability
  • 401(K) matching (100% of first 3% contributed, 50% of the next 2%)
  • Health and wellness programs / gym reimbursement
  • Educational assistance up to $7,000 per year
  • On-site self-service café / free gourmet coffee stations
  • Company sponsored FUN events!
  • On-site gym, ping-pong, foosball, outdoor bocce ball court, BBQ & firepit
  • Generous product discounts



Fluidra is a publicly listed company focused on developing innovative products, services and IoT solutions for the residential, commercial and wellness pool markets, globally. The company operates in over 45 countries, has over 7,000 employees and owns a portfolio of some of the industry’s most recognized and trusted brands: Polaris®, Jandy®, CMP, S.R. Smith, and Zodiac®. We also sell products under the CoverPools®, iAquaLink®, Grand Effects® , Dell® and Nature2® names. With these combined resources we’re able accelerate innovation in critical areas like energy-efficiency, robotics and the Internet of Things. 


Our focus is on creating the perfect pool and wellness experience responsibly. We take our mission to heart, and our employees embody these guiding principles in everything we do: passion for success, honesty & trust, customer collaboration, teamwork and inclusion, learn and adapt, excellence and innovation. 


Don't meet every single requirement listed? At Fluidra, we thrive on building an inclusive workspace, so if you are excited about this role and your past experience doesn't align perfectly, we encourage you to apply anyways! You may be just the right candidate for this role or another role in the organization. Fluidra is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. Fluidra recruits, employs, trains, compensates and promotes regardless of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, veteran status, or any legally protected characteristic. 


Expected salary range is $80,000 - $130,000. Fluidra offers a comprehensive total rewards / benefits program that includes base salary, annual bonus based on performance of individual and company objectives, competitive 401K matching, paid vacation and sick time, full range of health benefits, educational assistance, etc. The actual salary offer will carefully consider a wide range of factors, including skills, qualifications, experience and location. Your recruiter will provide additional details on our compensation and total rewards program.