Choose the correct preposition verb to complete the job application.
Dear Mr Jones,

I am interested applying the position gofer.
I have had 13 years experience running errands, and am currently employed errand boy ACME plc, a company 100 employees. I am looking a new position that will challenge my errand running skills. I attach a copy my CV, which you will see that I have a lot experience in this kind of work. I graduated ACME University. I took courses fetching & carrying and did an internship a firm specialising in tea making & photocopying. I have a very wide range responsibilities, including supplying staff tea & biscuits. I am confident that my qualifications and experience will be benefit your organisation and would appreciate the opportunity interview you. Most my experience is fetching & carrying, but I would like to branch waiting guests.

Thank you again agreeing to look my CV. You will see my CV that Bill and Ben can be contacted referees. I can be available an interview any time and look forward hearing from you.

Thank you your consideration.

Yours sincerely,

gofer (also gopher) – a person who runs errands, especially on a movie set or in an office. ORIGIN 1960s: from go for (i.e., go and fetch).
errands – tasks; a short journey undertaken in order to deliver or collect something
plc – public limited company
branch out – expand, diversify, broaden one's horizons