I was offered a permanent position as a "senior researcher" in Europe without teaching responsibilities. As some of you may know, the term "tenure" is getting more and more popular in Europe.
"Can this position be called "tenure-track" since, to my best knowledge, tenure is connected with professorships?"
After reading the comments below of why "are you asking that?"
Here is why:
- What can I write in my CV to say that I'm proud of my permanent position?
- Feeling honoured of that, and before leaving my current work, you know in academia, your colleagues might ask what is your next position safety-level? Is it professional to say "a tenure position"?