West Indies have appointed former captain Daren Sammy as a one-day and T20 coach.
The 39-year-old, who led the West Indies to two T20 World Cup titles, replaces Phil Simmons following his resignation in October following their early exit from the T20 World Cup.
Andre Coley has been appointed Test team coach.
Coley, 48, has played seven times for Jamaica and was caretaker coach of the West Indies on the Zimbabwe and South Africa Test tours this year.
The versatile Sammy has played 38 Tests, 126 One-Day Internationals and 68 T20s, and since retiring in 2021 has coached in the Caribbean Premier League and Pakistan Super League.
He led the West Indies to victory in the 2012 and 2016 T20 World Cups.
“It will be a challenge, but one that I am ready and excited for,” said Sammy.
“I’m really looking forward to having this opportunity, especially looking at the players we have and the impact I think I can have in the dressing room.”