Rangers have announced a major reshuffle of their top management.
Youth chief George Adams has been offered a new role
John McClelland stands down as vice-chair, while fellow board member Campbell Ogilvie relinquishes executive duties while remaining a consultant.
George Adams, who was director of youth football, has been "offered a new role relating to recruitment of players".
Andrew Dickson, who had been working with Ogilvie, takes responsibility for football administration and Craig Mulholland for youth administration.
Rangers chief executive Martin Bain told Rangers' website: "During the last six months, the club has undertaken a number of key internal decisions in order to move towards a more integrated structure and modern club approach."
McClelland, who had been chairman until owner David Murray returned to take direct control again last year, "will resign from his position of vice-chairman and cease footballing executive club duties but will remain as a director of the club's board".
McClelland has also stepped down from his position on the Scottish Premier League board.
Bain said: "Campbell Ogilvie, director, over the last couple of years has focused on activities with Uefa and the SFA and has gradually relinquished day-to-day involvement with the club's football administration tasks.
"He wil now assist the board, acting as a consultant on strategic footballing matters and give up his executive duties while remaining as a director of the board in a non-executive capacity."
Bain pointed out that Dickson had been with the club for 14 years, while Mulholland had "successfully administered an accomplished Rangers in the community scheme".
"Formerly trained with the SFA, Craig's administrative experience will be crucial to the organisation of a large youth structure," added Bain.