Dean Brennan will take over at the National League South club, it has been announced.
The former Billericay Town and Hemel boss has been looking for a new opportunity since leaving Kingstonian late season.
“There’s so much potential at this club and there’s a clear desire and determination to be successful," he said on the club's website, where it was confirmed trusty number two Stuart Maynard would work with him.
"The players we’ve retained provide an excellent starting point to build a competitive team that the club and its supporters can be proud of.”
Chairman Rory Fitzgerald added: “We undertook a thorough and extensive process and Dean and Stuart came across incredibly well, they spoke extremely highly of the club, commenting on the times they had faced us in the past and of the passionate support we enjoy.
"Crucially, they impressed the board with their tactical, strategic and detailed approach to footballing matters with an infectious enthusiasm that is aligned to the board in our joint ambition to take the club forward.”
He has a lot to live up to after the Stones reached the play-offs last season.
They were undone by winners Woking in the semi-final - but gave away a two-goal lead.