I think that a lot of what works for the resumes for the other jobs, will work for you also. In most companies, it's the HR manager or employer which will interview you and study your resume. This means that they'll put more accent on your qualities as a human than on your skills required for the job (although these are very important also). It's HR staff's job to study resumes and most of them will avoid a lot of information searching for some key features. That's why it's important to know what and where to put in your resume. I won't get deeper into this because you can find resume examples on Copy My Resume
and covering the interview are a lot of YouTube videos.
You might want to have an original resume but keep in mind that sometimes this can be weird, all the more if you don't have experience with creating resumes.