I do not believe such a product exists at a consumer level for dispensing coffee.
Hypothetically, you would need a vacuum-sealed container that also incorporates some sort of outlet corridor where the coffee could enter, which would then need to be sealed from the inside before dispensing the coffee. It would be like an "air lock" in a miniature coffee spacecraft.
But if this is simply a labor-saving effort, there are touchless, automatic vacuum-sealed containers that re-establish the vacuum every time you close it (search https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=automatic+vacuum+container).
But on a broader note, if you find reestablishing the vacuum each time a bit more trouble than you would like, you might consider removing a few-days supply at a time, and just storing what you need in a regular air-tight container for your short-term daily use. Vacuum-sealing is optimal for longer-term storage, but I don't think you will find a perceptible loss of quality over a few days if you keep enough for your immediate needs in a regular air-tight container.