I read a couple of blogs on a subject how to write a résumé/CV and improve its efficiency. I paid attention, that there are a lot of advises to focus on the achievements and accomplishments while do not waste a time of an HR recruiter to an enumeration of your past job responsibilities and duties.
For the moment, each of my past job positions contains a brief one-line description and the bullets blocks of Key Responsibilities and Key Achievements, where the list of achievements is a complement (additional stuff, which is not mentioned in the duties section) to the list of responsibilities and not addressing to the result of the duties implementation. I do it in order to provide the whole image as much as possible of the job position and to eliminate the repetitions, where the bullet from the responsibilities is just paraphrased in a sense of achievement.
My questions are:
Should I leave these two blocks (responsibilities and achievements) in my résumé, or it is better to unify them into one solid block of achievements and represent my responsibilities as accomplishments?
Is its worth to keep the Key Responsibilities block in my résumé at all or nobody cares about the job responsibilities since they are, more or less, similar among the different workplaces and close to the job position description?
What is the better order to put Key Responsibilities and Key Achievements, firstly responsibilities and after that achievements or vice versa?
Probably, this question is more relevant to English Language & Usage Stack Exchange, but anyway, which word should I use in my résumé/CV «achievements» or «accomplishments»?