Declan McIntyre has departed from Derry City after four seasons at the club in his second spell.
The Donegal Town native is one of the most experienced coaches in the league, and leaves the club after rejoining in 2019.
Former Glentoran and Crusaders player Michael Dougherty will replace McIntyre as the club’s goalkeeping coach.
Paying tribute to the Donegal man, Ruadhri Higgins said that the outgoing coach had made a real contribution to the Brandywell club.
“I’d like to thank Declan for his service over a long period of time. He has always been well regarded by players and staff and we wish him every success going forward.”
McIntyre, a former Finn Harps ‘keeper for five years, has also held coaching roles at Harps, Derry and Sligo Rovers over the past 20 years.