Hi, It depends if your family, mostly husband/boyfriend, mom, dad, in laws, etc are able to help out alot. (Not sure about your family composition, any kids?)
It is do able but it is very hard work. When going to LPN school I worked full time 9-5 pm as a Case Manager and went to school 6 to 10 pm Mon to Thurs. Boy was I sleepy. It was hard for me to study most of the time and some times I will dose off while at work. My body felt so achy and my brain felt fizzled. I did that for about 5 to 6 months.Luckily I had the help of my amazing husband, parents and in laws to help with my then 1 year old son and to just keep house work done (grocery shopping, house chores). I'm glad my family is very supportive. Lots of nursing classmates have went through divorce and breakups while in school. School is alot of strain on others.
Needless to say I was happy when my hours for school changed to Fri in evening and weekends 9 to 5. Felt like a new person, lol. I had more time to study and to spend with my family.
Not to say that you cant do it but just manage your time, gets lots of sleep, try to get some 'me' time and always have a Plan A,B,C and D. Especially for child care and for those 'all of a sudden changes' of schedule for nursing school.
Opps, just realize I didn't answer the question. Now to the hospital job, I think it will be a great thing for you to be more exposed to health care plus you get tuition help when advancing and maybe a promotion. But it will also be good for you to have more time to study, like you will with a per diem job.
My decision will be if you don't have kids to pick the hospital job. Keep us posted.....