Former Scotland international Carl Hogg will join the Gloucester coaching staff this summer as Academy manager.
Hogg has previous Premiership experience as a player with Leeds
The Edinburgh assistant coach will join ex-Scotland captain and former Melrose team-mate Bryan Redpath at Kingsholm.
Hogg, 36, played for Leeds Tykes in the Premiership and also coached at London Welsh before joining the Edinburgh staff in February 2005.
He will also work alongside head coach Dean Ryan helping develop Gloucester's senior forwards.
"We wish Carl all the best for his future at Gloucester," said Gunners interim coach Todd Blackadder.
"He's put an incredible amount of time into the personal development of a lot of our players and has been totally committed and dedicated from day one."
Hogg will be responsible for ensuring the brightest talent from Gloucester's renowned Academy set-up progress into the senior side.
"Carl was the stand-out candidate from the application process and we are delighted to have him on board," Ryan said.
Hogg's arrival completes Gloucester's backroom staff after Redpath and fitness coach Mike Anthony both signed contract extensions until 2009 last week.
Former rugby league international Denis Betts is also working as skills coach alongside Ryan.