In my opinion, instead of linking specifically to your SO account, create an SO Jobs account.
It's like a tech-based CV website, like LinkedIn, but pretty much only tech-related.
On the SO Jobs site you create the links to your SO profile and any other tech-related stuff you got (e.g. StackExchange, Github, Bitbucket, etc etc etc).
This gives you a single link which
As to mentioning the points you've accumulated: it's a mixed bag, because:
- a simple answer to a simple question can earn you thousands of points
In my experience: if you look interesting enough on your CV that I continue to your SO Jobs/SE profile, then I'll look at some your big earner questions/answers.
Btw, judging from previous experience as Lead dev, looking at the CV's, doing the interviews, etc etc. Gone back to programming to broaden horizon :-)