Sorry for the double post, edit disappeared...
Anyway, I just reread the second line and I would phrase it differently. Though, I have my own style of writing that I developed while I was younger.
Instead of "I would bring her up to speed on all jobs I am currently working on", I would say "I will bring her up to speed on all of my current jobs."
I change "would" to "will" because of the tense issue it causes. "Will" gives a stronger implication of the future act you will commit if she is chosen.
Also, I believe "on" is a preposition in this case and it is improper to end sentences with a preposition. So reworking it, I compressed it a bit while keeping the important parts of the phrase. (Or at least I hope I did. =P)
- PeckyP -