If this is a scam, they put a little more work into it than your usual mass spammer. If it's not, it's a terrible attempt at recruiting.
My non-work contact information is associated with my LinkedIn profile. Apparently someone who is not connected to me got access to it and emailed me directly (vs. sending me a LinkedIn message). This one stood out though as having several red flags:
1. The introduction was to me by name and offers a career opportunity (the job title mentioned is not commonly known outside our small professional community) for me or anyone else I might know who's looking. That's not too unusual, I get recruiting style emails once in a while and often a recruiter will ask that I pass the word along if I'm not interested. This one, however, includes a tinyURL link (so no direct information about where it would send me) supposedly describing the position. Yeah, not going to click on a random link in an unsolicited email.
2. The sign-off was just a guy's first name, no signature block or further details about the sender, like how he's associated with the company named in the email (which is a real company that would have that type of job). Sorry bub, I don't know you and you gave me nothing to work with.
3. The email address (which uses a LinkedIn auto-reply to mask the real address) had a name associated with it that's very different from the signed name. Why is "Bryan" not using his own email or LinkedIn account to write me?
So they got a lot of details correct so it appears legit, but at the same time, manage to provide almost no real information. I guess the point was to get me to look at the link?