The phrase is a bit of a cliché so I'm looking for something that doesn't sound so obvious.
I have done xyz, which I believe will stand me in good stead for this job.
Can you provide another phrase meaning the same thing?
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"qualify" is current usage and seems to fit.
"I have done xyz, which I believe will qualify me for this job.
- qualify - "to provide or be provided with the abilities or attributes necessary for a task, office, duty, etc."