Based off what I learned about Resumes
Table format is always a no go.
You points about what you did at the job honestly dont seem that professional use the star method - Situation, Task, Action, Result
For example " Managed time so as to perform duties efficiently and quickly." is a bit weird to read, it doesn't sound right.
I would personally use a proper function resume ( highlights abilities, and skills)
Also at the end of Additional activities im kinda confused what that date is considering its different from the top and doesn't say anything
If you are applying online you definitely need to get rid of the table and you can use the website Jobscan.co to help match it to a job posting
Add a personal summary about what you did if you get rid of the table that way it instantly points out who you are and what you can do.
But I personally think you should do a bit more research into building your resume especially if your trying to get into a more professional job.