A résumé is short (usually one to three pages), and directs a reader's attention to those aspects of one’s background that are directly relevant to the job in question.
The main difference between a CV and résumé is brevity. If you are applying for jobs in the US, recruiters will scan your CV for less than thirty seconds. US recruiters do not expect lengthy job descriptions and personal profiles. If you have a 10 page CV you will need to rewrite it.
The curriculum vitae in the US are used primarily when applying for academic, education, scientific or research positions and when applying for fellowships or grants.
In the US, more than in other countries, time is money and recruiters do not have the time to spend 11 minutes reading your life history. Your resume should be the hook to pass on the essential information. There is no need to go into lengthy descriptions of how you overcame any specific challenges. All you will need to include is "Implemented x In order to achieve y". Many résumés contain keywords that potential employers are looking for. Make heavy use of active verbs, and display content in a flattering manner. It’s a good idea that when creating your resume, list all the tasks associated with a job.
Why not set job alerts in your Global Workplace account and take a look at the keywords employers are using in their job descriptions.