The experienced centre-back has joined the Rangers revolution.
Moore and former Wimbledon team-mate Jack Midson hope to transform the club from relegation worriers to promotion hopefuls next season.
They have secured some impressive early summer deals - and Parkinson is just the latest.
The defender joins after leaving Welling United because new manager Steve King wasn’t in a position to offer him the player-coach role he craved.
Moore swooped - but only after swatting away interest from a large number of rival teams.
He said: “It’s great news for the club. Jack signs a two-year deal as player-coach.
“We beat off so many clubs to get his signature so we’re delighted he has chosen us.
“He will be a massive influence for us both on and off the pitch.
“The squad is really taking shape now and there are exciting times ahead.”