Good luck in your job hunt.
Tailor your resume to the employer. If you're intending working for public service then absolutely follow Paul's advice.
From the point of view of someone who has been involved in the employment process in the private sector, we read dozens of resumes and by the end we're just tired of reading cryptic descriptions of what are basically mundane tasks. If you've done it then write it with as little nonsense as possible... your honesty will make your CV stand out from the others and that is what you want! If you don't stand out you won't get the interview whence you can impress with your scintillating personality and enthusiasm.
ArcGIS 10.2 / 10.0
- Georeferencing, scanned plans to cadastre.
- Data capture, pipeline network from georeferenced imagery
- Geoprocessing, using individual tools and ModelBuilder
- ArcPy, several scripts using the fundamentals of Python and Esri tools
- Plugins, created plugins for QGIS:
Automate classification of features
Interperet GPS track log
List as many as you think pertinent and give a brief description, dot points if you've got several important instances, but do not over embellish. If you did something with a team then write that, employers want to hear that you're a team player. Use GIS terms by all means and some big words but don't make it so full of jargon that it's almost undecipherable.