Im a recent new grad, licensed RN, with no luck in landing an RN job. I'm looking into some CNA positions to set my foot in the door and to put my name out there, especially since I'm new to the area (recently moved to a new state). My questions are in regards to writing a resume aiming towards the CNA position. *Note that I'll be receiving a CNA certification from the state through an endorsement process, since I'm already a licensed nurse.
Along with the needed qualifications (CNA, BLS), should I also provide information about being a licensed RN, ACLS certified, and completion of EKG classes? Or would that be irrelevant to the position, and/or over-qualified?
I do not have any medical-related work history, so the only experience that I have is through clinical rotations as a student nurse. So in a resume for a CNA position, would I only include my skills/experience within a CNA's scope of practice? Or should I also include the skills and duties that I performed as a student with the supervision of an RN (RN scope of practice)?
I guess what I'm generally asking is if aiming for a CNA position, would RN-related information be considered irrelevant, or would it actually be beneficial?
Thanks in advance.