I came across this job advertisement in a February edition of the New Scientist:
"Not a Lab Rat Job / Special Projects Manager
MA - Massachusetts
Escape the NIH nightmare to join an eccentric CEO/entrepreneur of a Harvard Square-based, small money manager. As his special projects manager with diverse lab management/research experience and excellent technical writing skills, you could become part of an innovative and eccentric team."
The ad's no longer on the website so that's all the information I have.
I'm sure this job would be absolutely perfect for someone, but personally I'd stay away from a job description that uses the word "eccentric" twice in as many sentences.