A continual theme is my telling managers that the JD is the technical manual, NOT the sales brochure. What do you want this job to DO, on a practical level. Some managers do struggle to get past meaningless management waffle.
The amount of time I spend 'de-fluffing' JDs, taking out the 'exceeding customer expectations' or 'further ****'s reputation with key stakeholders' nonsense is staggering. And as for 'going the extra mile' - well, just be grateful the job isn't on a pier.
As I say, what is the candidate in danger of getting involved in if they join us ?