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As you can see from the other responses, the bulk of the resume is done similarly to any other type of job: remote or not.
The only difference I would say is that at the end of the day we need to remember what a resume is: a list of past experiences meant to show the hiring manager and recruiter that we are capable of fulfilling and excelling at the new position. For a remote position, this means including experiences and descriptions of past remote positions OR past projects done in a remote setting.
Try to emphasize:
- Ownership, responsibility, & a get-it-done attitude: Remote means theres no micromanagement or traditional supervision, so managers are especially worried about this
- Consistent results and performance: It’s hard to measure performance even when you see someone, not seeing them makes this 1000x harder
- Good communication skills: Self-explanatory
Illustrate those in addition to the other responsibilities outlined in the position and your resume will then by definition be tailored for that remote position.