I consider myself a "Jill-of-all-trades" ... AKA a software project manager.
In my 12 years of software experience (plus many more in radio engineering) I have worked at companies with small teams, effectively chronically short-staffed. The result, I took on as many roles and tasks as needed to allow the devs / engineers to focus on their primary tasks.
I am currently on a job hunt, trying to focus on some of the other roles I have experience in (Product Owner, Operations, UX/UI Design) that are specifically NOT Project Management. Project management has burnt me out what feels like beyond repair, and I honestly don't even like traditional PM tasks (e.g. schedules, budgets, change management, etc.).
My question is, how do I effectively show that I have a vast quantity of experience in a bunch of roles beyond the Project Management titles?? From what I have read, it is key to show titles in order to show growth and experience. But I am worried that I will get type cast in the Project Manager role because of this, or looked over for other roles with different titles.
I currently add the title and then list out the roles as well, but I don't know if this is helping or hindering me. I have attached a screenshot of my resume (I hope) and added the link to my LinkedIn profile for reference.
Advice? Feedback? Any thoughts would be most appreciated.