I was a reviewer of an article that was finally published some time ago in a high impact journal.
I plan to apply to an open competition for a teaching assistant position in a subject very related to the topic of the paper. Extremely high qualifications are not normally required for these positions, but every point counts.
To apply I must send my CV to a university. I will mention the review in my CV. Is it okay in this case to indicate the topic or the name of the paper?
My motivation for doing so is that the recognition received from being contacted by a high-impact journal to review a paper on one of the main topics of the course (of course, the paper goes much deeper) should have some value for a teaching assistant position. Although the subject is widely used as a practical tool, there are very few works of theoretical analysis on it.
NOTE: I couldn't find legal details on it in the ReviewerHub website.