Canterbury have announced a revamped list of football department and coaching staff heading into 2019, with new roles for Steve Georgallis and David Penna heading the list of appointments.
Georgallis moves from coach of the Intrust Super Premiership team to a role alongside head coach Dean Pay as assistant NRL coach.
His role guiding the ISP side will be taken over by Brad Henderson, who has spent the past two seasons coaching the club's under 20s.
That Jersey Flegg coaching role will be assumed by former Eels and Rabbitohs playmaker David Penna, who joined the club's coaching ranks in late 2016 as assistant NRL coach following four years at Manly as assistant coach and one coaching South Sydney's under 20s.
Tony Ayoub will be the high performance manager next season; his appointment was first announced in August after his departure from the Knights where he was physical performance manager for two seasons.
Yvette Davey will take up the new position of player engagement coordinator, focusing on the players, wives and families of the top 30 squad, the club stated. Steve James will take up the newly created position of full-time skills coach.