Focus on What You Bring to the Company
I write bios and resumes which get people hired. Here’s how I do it. I list my client’s attributes. Usually it’s a long list; many more than the client can come up with for himself. It’s hard to see yourself as others see you.
By this time, I’ve researched the company, and know quite a lot about them. So I cross out irrelevant attributes, and focus on the two or three of my client’s attributes which directly relate to the job.
I make sure that those are highlighted in the resume itself.
(Writing a resume is a copywriting task; you’re writing to persuade.)