To be noticed and stand a chance of progressing to the interview stage, your resume needs to hook the reader within seconds.
Hiring managers and recruiters will receive hundreds of applications for a single position, and at times only have time to scan resumes before deciding whether to progress candidates to an interview.
To make an immediate impact, your resume will need to communicate the following information in the most concise form and be relevant to the position; roles and responsibilities, experience, skills, achievements, education, etc.
Your resume will be scanned for the right kind of experience and if the duties are relevant for the role. Ensure you include all relevant skills gained and required of you in previous roles and mention any achievements as hiring managers love to see results.
So that you grab the hiring managers attention, ensure the layout of your resume is clear and consistent, spelling or grammar mistakes are avoided at all costs, there are no inconsistencies and that it is written concisely with keywords.