I googled the names of the HR person and of the director to whom I would be reporting and got to their LinkedIn pages.
The director misspelled "representative" not once but three times.
The HR guy wrote that he is "I am in charge of all corporate highers other than positions..."
The same guy instructed me to "Please ask for me at the front desk and wait patiently in the lobby."
Which makes me wonder what his experience has been with impatient job applicants.
He also wrote in the job description that "the incumbent will have x, y, and z." "Incumbent" is the person who holds the position now, not the one who is applying for it.
Actually, "incumbent" usually refers to the holder of a political office. Not to a business analyst.
So quit writing job ads using the word "incumbent." It's wrong.
Oh dear. I am not feeling good about this company's highering practices.