As with any role, you need a well-polished resume to showcase your professional experience and academic background. Some organizations want a cover letter with a resume, but this requirement has diminished significantly over the years.
Choosing a role
You should be targeted in your role search and know at a high level what you want. When selecting a position, you also want to ensure you can demonstrate some transferable skills from your current background that will help you be successful in the role.
Preparing your stories
You should prepare at least 5-10 stories regarding your professional experience and academic background that help you demonstrate the core skills needed to succeed as a product manager.
You should engage your professional network to check for product management opportunities. You can also lean on your professional network to help you prepare and practice for interviews.