Callum Davidson says he is "impressed" by Queen's Park's plans after being appointed the club's new head coach.
The former St Johnstone boss has signed a deal until June 2026.
He replaces Robin Veldman, who left in early December after just six months in charge.
"I am excited to be joining a club with such an illustrious history," Davidson said.
"I am impressed with the plans that Queen's Park have for the future and am looking forward to getting on the training pitch and working with the players."
Paul Nuijten, who had been in interim charge for the past five games, will remain a coach, with former St Johnstone assistant Liam Craig joining as Davidson's number two.
"I am delighted to bring someone of Callum's experience to Queen's Park," club president David Hunter said.
"He had a distinguished playing career, won two major trophies as a manager and he is the perfect choice to lead our club going forward."