Must be a U.S. citizen with a U.S. Passport for International travel.Must be a U.S. Citizen with Active Security Clearance or the ability to obtain security clearance eligibility. Applicants with an active security clearance preferred.Bachelor’s degree preferred.Prior military or law enforcement experience in operation of EOIR sensors is desired in RW aircraft preferredFW minimum 2000 hours as Pilot-in-Command, with 750 hours in turbine aircraft.RW minimum 2000 hours as Pilot-in-Command, with 1000 hours turbine helicopters. Also 500 hours twin turbine RW preferred.200 hours of actual instrument, 400 hours of nighttime. NVG experience is desired.Valid FAA Commercial SEL, Instrument (Airplane.)Valid FAA Commercial Rotorcraft-Helicopter, Instrument (Helicopter).Valid FAA Second Class Medical.The Chief Pilot may waive these requirements based on demonstrated proficiency.Travel Requirements: There is significant travel associated with this position. The pilot should plan on traveling up to 50% of the time. Most travel is Monday-Friday however during our international trips, working weekends will be required. There could be up to two international trips a year each lasting four to five weeks in duration. The position is based at our corporate offices in Wilsonville and the aircraft are located at our corporate hangar. When not conducting flight operations, the pilot will work onsite in Wilsonville to complete flight logs and other flight support related activities.FLIR and all of our employees are committed to conducting business with the highest ethical standards. We require all employees to comply with all applicable laws, regulations, rules and regulatory orders. Our reputation for honesty, integrity and high ethics is as important to us as our reputation for making innovative sensing solutions.FLIR is an equal opportunity employer.