POWER Engineers, a leading engineering consulting firm based in Hailey, Idaho, will implement a series of changes to its executive organizational structure during the first quarter of 2012.

For instance, Tim Ostermeier will serve as POWER’s new chief operating officer, responsible for business planning and execution, financial forecasting, risk management and quality assurance. He will also assume some operational executive management duties previously handled by CEO, Jack Hand. Ostermeier has been with POWER for more than 18 years, and has been instrumental in guiding the company’s largest division.

Bill Hansen will replace Ostermeier as executive vice president of power delivery, responsible for overseeing all of the power delivery production business units, business development and associate support. Hansen joined the company in 1997 as a member of POWER’s power delivery team, and has played a key role in developing the company’s nationwide presence.

Bret Moffett has been designated new chief administrative officer. Throughout his career at POWER, Moffett has effectively executed a wide range of assignments, from software engineering to project management. He is a seasoned financial professional who continues to manage the day-to-day challenges of business operations.

“These changes are important for POWER,” says Jack Hand, president and CEO. “POWER has been fortunate enough to have had significant growth over the last 10 years, and this change is just another step our management team is taking to maintain a strong focus on return on investment. The executive restructuring is in the best interest of the company and its employees.”