Current spin bowling coach Salisbury will assume responsibility for the first-class and one-day competitions, with fast bowling coach Kirtily guiding the South Coast club in the Twenty20 tournament.
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The pair played for both Sussex, with more than 600 seniors appearing and taking 1,500 wickets between them. He represented England 35 times in all forms of the game.
Both Kearley and Salisbury have also coached England Women and England Physical Disability Squad.
Sussex comes after announcement Jason GillespieThe former Australian fast bowler stepped down as head coach at the end of the English season.
Sussex Chief Executive Rob Andrew In a statement clarified the decision, saying: “When we went into winter with so much uncertainty, we wanted to give clarity to everyone involved with the club.
“Ian and James have worked well together here and elsewhere, are passionate about the club and have a clear vision for all formats.”
The former England rugby union fly-half said: “The county game will develop next year with the launch of The Hundred, and this is a step that has been taken into consideration.”
Gillespie has returned home to do a new job with the West End Redbacks of South Australia in Adelaide Sheffield shield The team, along with its current coaching responsibilities with the Adelaide Strikers at the Big Bash.