- "Write code that is art": this is the first time I see (or perhaps noticed) art in a job description. It is so nice a description with that (see my post Software As Art), as it may indicate a team/company/manager that seems it beyond utilitarism.
- "Professional and Technical Competencies": it's good to see the word "professional", as that could indicate that this company may want to do things in a professional way.
- "Use SOLID design principles and patterns.": this means, first of all, that someone at that company knows design principles. Points for that. And they seem to value them. So a bandaid code should be detected and not encouraged, as they should not be using any good principles or patterns.