I found this company that advertises a team lead position in a software development team. It says they are looking for a person "to lead a team of developers in developing products for their company". But that's pretty much all it says. Then the job description talks about the company and its clients.
I researched the company and all I could find was what technologies they use and who their clients are. Nothing more about the position itself.
I have the technical skills in the technologies they are using, and have been in the position of leading teams before, so I could apply, but the job description says nothing about the skills, the responsibilities, what's expected, etc.
I can obviously apply and take it from there. They either ignore me or contact me, and in the latter case I can ask about it. But I might not like the description once I get more information and may refuse to even go for an interview. So basically I say "I'm interested" by applying, but then I say "no thanks" once I find out more and without even accepting an interview. I find that weird.
I could ask for more details about the job without applying, but again, once I find out more I might not like the job and again it's a situation of "ah, that's how it is. Then pas". Again, weird.
So my question is "How do I ask more details about the job, and possibly refuse to apply once I know more, in a professional manner, and without making it weird?"