My employer, Argonne National Laboratory, has a really nice postdoctoral fellowship program awarded internationally on an annual basis to outstanding doctoral scientists and engineers "at early points in promising careers." The pay isn't bad ($72,000 plus $20,000 for travel and equipment), but the opportunity to work in the Mathematics and Computer Science Division and Computation Institute is really something, in my humble opinion. And you get a fancy title. Perhaps "Metropolis Postdoctoral Fellow" is most appropriate for a computer scientist: he founded the Institute for Computer Research at Chicago in 1957.
Applications are due by October 13. See http://www.anl.gov/Careers/namedpostdocs.html.