Hierro, 50, was sensationally appointed Spain coach on the eve of the tournament, after previous boss Julen Lopetegui was sacked for agreeing to take the Real Madrid job.
The 2010 champions were eliminated from the World Cup by hosts Russian Federation in the round of 16 of the competition after losing 4-3 on penalties following a 1-1 draw.
Enrique has beaten off competition from an array of candidates to lead Spain, for whom he scored 12 goals in 62 games.
Spain's interim coach Fernando Hierro has cut his ties with the Spanish Football Federation following the team's disastrous exit from the World Cup last week, the organisation said on Sunday.
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Fernando Hierro was given the job on a caretaker basis, to at least initially see Spain through this summer's World Cup.
A bustling forward or midfielder, he made 157 appearances for Real Madrid over five seasons scoring 15 goals and then played 207 games, scoring 73 times, for Barcelona over eight seasons.
Enrique won the La Liga, Spanish Cup and Champions League treble while in charge of Barca in 2015.
Molina, 47, a former goalkeeper with Atletico Madrid, Deportivo La Coruna and Villarreal, earned nine Spain caps as a player.