Jamie Pitman returned to where it all began for him as a footballer, rejoining Swindon Town as a coach in the youth department on September 22, 2012.
Pitman was previously the first team coach at Hereford United in npower League Two.
He was previously in charge at Edgar Street where his appointment followed a short spell of Jamie taking caretaker charge of the club following Simon Davey's departure in October 2010.
Jamie had been working as Hereford's Physiotherapist since August 2008, prior to him taking caretaker charge of the club.
He went onto enjoy early success in the role, after being appointed on a permanent basis by assuring the Bull's npower League Two status for 2011/12.
During his playing days, Jamie played over 150 macthes for Hereford where his final game for the club was the Conference Playoff Final in 2006. It was a game in which Jamie helped Hereford regain their League status.