As I mentioned, you cannot get it to run on single trigger as UiPath Orchestrator does not allow multi-line cron expressions.
I am assuming your process is the same which will run on these triggers, so I do not see any negative having two triggers.
Alternative is to use UiPath API to start jobs
If you are using APIs to trigger the jobs then you can avoid such triggers and let the program which is running your triggers create a custom cron expression.
For example, lets say you have a linux server, you can build all your API calls directed to starting a process in Python and then that python script can be invoked by a cron expression as per your above stated requirement.
This way you achieve a concise cron schedule, which runs a script file that script file starts the job in orchestrator.
Main pain point is that it is difficult for others in the forum to find correct solutions. You dont have to mark my reply as solution, but the one which actually cleared your doubts. Please try and avoid marking wrong replies as solution.
I forgot to welcome you before. Welcome to the forum