I went on an interview today for a non-licensed position in radiology. I didn't actually apply for the job, but they pulled me out of "the file" (Yes, the file is real! I always thought it was code for "the trash) and called me in. It's not the expected CNA or ER tech job, but it's the only call I've gotten.
Anyway I'm pretty sure I got they job. They were really excited at the idea of having me, gushed about how perfect I'd be, introduced me to people, and told me I'd hear from them in a day or two to discuss salary and all that.
My problem is that it's a full time weekend job. I don't currently work outside of kids and husband and home, and I've managed to maintain all As. I think that would be impossible doing this job during my second year.
Normally school is my priority and I'm anal retentive about my grades, but the ADN job market in my town is awful. None of this year's graduates have received calls or interviews...unless they already worked for a hospital. The recruiter I spoke with told me they only accept BSNs into their GN program, but they make exceptions for employees.
In a year, this has been the ONLY call/interview I've gotten, and I'm afraid if I receive an offer and turn it down, I'll regret it. But I'm also afraid I'll ruin any chances of graduate school in the future or worse - fail out. Or, best case scenario, they love me and let me cut back my hours.
Any thoughts? If they call tomorrow I don't know what the heck I'll say!