Detail-oriented? I am not, but I say I am on my resume

Here are some phrases you could use instead of saying you are detail-oriented. This is one of most overused phrases I see on resumes. It really means nothing to a potential employer, unless you can describe HOW you are detail-oriented, or how you demonstrate it on the job.

It might look like this:

“Known among co-workers for ability to catch every typo in lengthy contracts.”
“Able to clearly lay out every step of a complex project to ensure success.”
“Achieve 100 percent accuracy when reconciling accounts.”
“Exceptional organizational skills to guarantee efficiency in the office