About Spot

At Spot, we know that just about everyone thinks insurance has never been cool or exciting. It's boring, complicated, and something we all hope we never use. That’s why we’re turning the insurance industry on its head by building the first lifestyle brand in the insurance world, encouraging our customers to live life to the fullest knowing we've got their back.

Spot is the first insurance company that helps its customers have fun while taking risks, whether learning how to ski, riding a local mountain bike trail, or training to summit Everest. We cover people’s medical bills when shit hits the fan.

We were founded by avid skiers, cyclists, and outdoor enthusiasts, so we understand the risks that come with the territory. When bad things happen, dealing with insurance can make it worse. We believe our community deserves something better.

With over a million customers and growing, we have no intention of slowing down.

Our Team

We believe in the importance of culture and community and that teams thrive when working in alignment.

Key Values for This Role

  1. Communication, excellent written skills
  2. Organization
  3. Attention to detail
  4. Problem solver
  5. Self-starter
  6. Effectively manage an Executive calendar

Why This Role Is Important to Us

The role supports the C-Suite, giving it wide touch across the entire organization. This role works closely with cross-functional teams, investors, and key stakeholders to ensure information flows in all directions.


  • Work closely with the C-Suite to keep them well informed of upcoming commitments and responsibilities, following up appropriately. Anticipate the C-Suite’s needs in advance of meetings, conferences, etc.
  • Manage all aspects of Spot’s office “services”, including insurance coordination, offsite planning, etc.
  • File and retrieve corporate documents, records and reports
  • Coordinate executive travel and daily scheduling as needed
  • Coordinate Executive Team meetings and retreats and assist with staff meetings and events as needed
  • Support Executives with fund raising activities, including Data Room management, investor calls, etc.
  • Prepare investor communications and manage relationships

Who You Are

  • You’re an incredible communicator
  • Switch gears comes easily to you, a fast paced environment is where you thrive
  • Organizing is second nature to you
  • You understand the value of asking the right questions
  • You understand the importance of confidentiality and trust
  • You’re a bit of a technical wiz, you could explain password resets and excel in your sleep

A Typical Day Looks Like

  • Working through the CEO’s emails, flagging what is important and what needs to be followed up on
  • Working with the COO to plan and coordinate Leadership meetings and strategic asks
  • Scheduling meetings, calendars can be a game of tetris at times
  • Writing investor updates

Things You Might Brag About

  • Your organization skills are on fire!
  • Holding others accountable without making them feel bad is an art you’ve perfected
  • Connecting the dots comes naturally to you
  • You’re a vault of secrets, the one person everyone comes to when they need trusted advice and confidentiality