Organix is a medium-sized CRO in the Boston area; I've known about them for quite some time. They traditionally hire industrial postdocs. If you look at their publication list, it appears to be fairly extensive and is indicative of something of a learning experience. (Something to look for in an industrial postdoc.)
But the above posting is more than a little ridiculous -- they want an industrial postdoc that has 5+ years experience being a postdoc? What's that about? You don't want a "postdoc", you want a temporary senior scientist on a one-year renewable contract. Can't you ask the folks down the road at Vertex how to hire a temp position?
Also, maybe I'm painting with a very broad brush here, but 5+ years being a postdoc? Really? That's two-plus postdocs -- too many! Chemists aren't biologists!
Readers, what gives? Have you heard anything about Organix?