No, but you do have some other options. You may run SpiderOak via its command line interface. There are command line options for changing your backup selection, and running in "headless" mode (no GUI at all) or running in headless batch mode, where SpiderOak will startup, do all available work, and then exit when everything is complete.
You can see all the available command line options by running SpiderOak with
We have many users who use
--batchmode with Windows Task Scheduler, Launchd on Mac OS X, or cron on Linux to run scheduled and automated backups.
If you don't like editing OS X's Launchd config files, there's a nice open source GUI utility for it available called Lingon. It makes it easy to schedule the operation of any program.