Associate senior lecturer is a temporary career-development position with the aim to aquire further research qualifications in order to take the next step on the career ladder and be promoted to senior lecturer.
A midterm review should be carried out and documented. The purpose of the midterm review is to document how the acquisition of qualifications for a post of senior lecturer is progressing. This review should not be confused with a staff development review or equivalent. See the instruction for midterm reviews.
After 3 years the earliest, but in good time before the post as associate senior lecturer comes to an end, an application for promotion to senior lecturer can be submitted. This is done in the Reachmee recruitment system. The secretary of the academic appointments board can provide a link to the application (contact details below). See also the instructions for assessment/promotion to senior lecturer.