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Decide which role meets your interests, competencies, experience.
Conventionally, if you are applying for the position of "Chief Financial Officer", and your experience matches it, wait with compromise options, especially those that are lower in the hierarchy. When the main reference point is lost, there is a lack of self-confidence, which the employer feels. An employer needs an employee who can firmly defend experience and skills.
If you have diverse experience and are applying for different positions, create a resume for each vacancy, highlighting the relevant competencies and achievements.
I suggest making three lists:
a) Companies-employers of interest to you.
b) Contacts that will be useful: recruiters, acquaintances, colleagues, friends who present you in the company directly or through their acquaintances. The six handshake theory works. Remember, 80% of people find jobs through referrals.
c) Vacancies that you find in open sources (company website, work portals, information from colleagues). I often use the Adzuna resource, which collects vacancies from various sources.