I think most job descriptions are primarily speaking to an employer’s (hiring manager’s) needs.
This is the practical and objective criteria to justify an initial conversation.
What the hiring manager cares more about is how a candidate is going to address their wants (the intangibles).
Which are often subjective, maybe even personable, and things that I would consider the “unspoken truth”.
-Reducing their overhead
-Being relatable and likable
-Fitting into company culture
Addressing these “wants” help remove the risk of the hiring manager making a bad hiring decision (assuming the baseline needs are also met).
As you interview, think about stories/scenarios to help illustrate these areas and I think you’ll have a better outcome.