In the description for the job opening Vice President of Community Management - which I'm glad to see you're hiring for - there's this line:
We have a network of over 500 volunteer moderators who are dedicated to ensuring that the content on each of our sites is correct and easy to understand. They closely monitor our sites for things from duplicate questions to harassment to questionable grammar as they work to grow the sites that they have been elected to manage.
First of all, moderators aren't responsible for "ensuring that the content on each of our sites is correct and easy to understand". Anybody can edit a post to make it easier to understand, and as for "correct" that's what votes are for. Any user of the site can do these.
"questionable grammar" also falls under editing that anyone can do.
Duplicate questions can be handled by moderators, but really, that's something that can be handled by, again, regular users; flags and close votes work just fine.
All in all, this is a rather... misleading description of what moderators do.
What moderators do handle is flags. They deescalate situations. They hunt down sockpuppets. They serve as human exception handlers, help act as a liason between Community Managers and the community, and serve as examples.
Could this please be updated to reflect more closely on what moderators actually do?