Take time when writing your resume. Start by brainstorming and writing down everything you do. Later, edit to include the items you really want on the resume and delete those that may not be necessary. Proofread the contents and formatting in addition to spell checking. Have a friend read and comment on it. Accept and work with those comments to improve your resume. Use your resume to sell yourself."
The biggest mistake I've seen people make is assuming that everyone with the same job title does the same thing. They don't. Including specific details of your job on your resume helps to distinguish you from others.
I enjoy working with my colleagues collaboratively to present candidates in the best manner.