Give your resume a slight twist that proves you've read the job description. People on the other side of the table want to know that you care and are passionate about the position and company you’re aiming for and that you understand the need to customize and tailor accordingly. It's one thing to say you’re a hard worker, it’s quite another to prove it by adjusting your resume according to the job at hand.
By the same token, it’s wise to tailor your listed years of experience according to the job you’re applying for. For example, if the job you’re applying for is a senior role that calls for autonomy and someone “driven and self-sufficient,” then it’s a good idea to highlight your many years of experience in a given role. Underscore your years of experience with specific metrics and measurable results.
Highlight your dynamic attitude, and how your past experience required you to deal with different stakeholders and players both within the company, and/or with suppliers, etc.