When researching the English Rogues and Grecian Goddesses books, I happened upon an application for a crew position on the replicas of two of Columbus' ships, the Nina and Pinta. The information included isn't shy about letting you know you may be standing on deck, at night, in inclement weather, holding a light for a three hour shift. If you are interested in a job which asks that you bring your own knife and sleeping bag, look no further. I admit, it sounded intriguing.
And then there was the day I wondered about Buckingham Palace. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2546708/Fancy-working-Buckingham-Palace-Job-opening-household-assistant-14k-salary-wont-living-like-royal.html
For more up-to-date job openings, visit the Buckingham Palace website and do a search on employment. I don't happen to have work clearance to work there, however.
While shopping for a new printer, the sales clerk told me about his experience with a job application. When they mentioned venomous snakes, he knew the job wasn't quite for him. Here's where you can apply for a job dealing with Northern Pacific Rattlesnakes, and get that free pre-exposure vaccination for rabies. But--how often can you have a chance to work with raptors?