There is sometimes no getting around the fact that not all jobs are writing AI algorithms for Google self-driving cars, or designing the next iPhone. I've worked for a lot of organizations like that who maintain systems that simply need to _exist_ for critical things to continue working. It's boring, there's decades of legacy technology and software, and these jobs require people who can tune out the buzzwords and just keep the ship running.
I actually find this a refreshing change from ads that tout any or all of:
"fast paced" (80 hour weeks minimum)
"cutting edge" (developers dumping barely-working software to production, Framework Of the Month Club)
"collaborative environment" (anyone over 30 need not apply)