For the last 9 years I've pursued an extremely conventional IT career path with jobs of 2 - 3 years with increasing responsibilities. As such, my CV nicely represents a "reverse pyramid", with the best part of half a page of achievements from my recently left consulting role down to 3 lines for my first 1st Line role.
However, I've now decided to move into freelancing. My first contract has been an extremely short individual project and I'm struggling to find the best way to represent it on my CV.
For example, the first line of my old job is "Delivered [xx] solutions to [xx] customers, working as project lead". Whereas, of course, I've basically done one thing in this role.
Additionally, while I believe I've delivered well, I've ultimately delivered a single project to specification. This is something I've spent the last 3 years doing as an employed consultant, so it feels a bit hollow on my CV.
I've been considering breaking out some of my other achievements, and making them more generic under my profile. I.e., "Over the last [x] years, I've delivered [x]" rather than listing them individually.
Is this acceptable? Or do I just need to deal with going from a "big" job to a little one? Is there a better way to handle this transition?