The answer is very simple, DO NOT create a resume that reads like a job description. Instead, it should be a marketing piece. There are many ways to describe your job functions on a resume. Unfortunately, most people describe them as tasks, not POWER STATEMENTS that demonstrate the value you can bring to an employer. For examples:
A school teacher can say " develop lesson plans" or, he/she can say" develop innovative lesson plans to inspire creativity and critical thinking". Two entirely different statements with two different results.
A secretary can say " use multitasking and work within strict deadlines" or, he/she can say " assume increasing levels of responsibility to consistently add value to my employer".
At Resumes Etc, we create resumes that are true marketing pieces that get you noticed and ultimately get you more interviews.