Önder Özen has been appointed Kasımpaşa manager on a 1.5 year deal, the club revealed.
Kasımpaşa released a statement on their official website confirming an agreement has been reached with Özen.
The former Beşiktaş director of football will replace caretaker manager Jan Wouters who will return to his position as head of youth development.
Former Kasımpaşa manager Shota Arveladze quit his job after his side lost 2-1 following his touch of class in allowing the opposition to score.
Ryan Donk put Kasimpasa 1-0 ahead against Konyaspor but but the visitors had stopped playing because of an injury to Kasimpasa attacker Ryan Babel.
However, Arveladze ordered his side immediately allow Konyaspor to score allowing Hasan Kabze to stroll through to score immediately after the re-start.
Wouters was expected to take charge until the end of the season but Özen has been appointed head coach instead.
Kasımpaşa take on Beşiktaş in the Istanbul derby next in the Süper Lig.