Andy O'Boyle has returned to Manchester United as deputy football director.
O'Boyle will leave his role as head of elite performance at the Premier League in a move that the Red Devils say will "further strengthening leadership across the club's football department."
He is to provide support for football director John Murtough in driving the club's football strategy across the first team, academy and women's team.
O'Boyle will be a familiar face at the Premier League club in a new era under manager Erik ten Hag, having spent 16 years as a coach in the United academy working with the likes of Marcus Rashford.
"We are delighted to welcome Andy back to Manchester United to take up this important role in the club's leadership," said Murtough.
"Andy has experience across all technical areas of football, from fitness and sports science to scouting and recruitment.
"This will make him a valuable addition to my team at Carrington as we continue to strengthen leadership and strategic planning across all our football activities."
United confirmed on Sunday that former interim manager Ralf Rangnick would not be taking up the consultancy role initially planned for him.
Rangnick has been appointed as Austria's head coach. He took over from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in November last year but only managed to guide United to sixth place and their lowest ever Premier League points total of 58.