|Full name||Jesús Uribesalgo Gutiérrez|
|Date of birth||25 May 1969|
|Place of birth||Gijón, Spain|
|1994–1996||San Martín Sotondrio|
Born in Gijón, Asturias, Uribe began coaching at the age of 21, managing youth sides at local Sporting de Gijón. Subsequently he coached in amateur senior football, his first achievement being leading Ribadesella CF to the third division in the 2001–02 season, a first-ever for the club.
As a result Uribe moved straight into the second level, with UD Las Palmas. In the 2003–04 campaign he was in charge of Getafe CF as it reached La Liga for the first time in the club's history, finishing in second position behind champions Levante UD and only losing six games in 42.
From 2004–09 Uribe continued working in division two, with Elche CF, Hércules CF, Deportivo Alavés and SD Eibar, being relegated with the latter after 15 games in charge. He spent 2009–10 with Cultural y Deportiva Leonesa in the third division.
In 2011 Uribe had a fleeting career in Greek football, leaving Panserraikos F.C. after a few months due to the team's economic problems. In January 2012 he was appointed at Girona FC after the sacking of Raül Agné, with the Catalans ranking in 21st position (ouf of 22 teams).
- Josu Uribe acepta el reto del Girona (Josu Uribe accepts challenge of Girona); La Nueva España, 17 January 2012 (Spanish)
- El Hércules releva a Bordalás por Josu Uribe en el banquillo (Hércules replaces Bordalás with Josu Uribe in bench); El Correo Digital, 11 October 2006 (Spanish)
- El Alavés despide a Uribe en busca de «un revulsivo» (Alavés fires Uribe looking for «spark»); El Correo, 19 February 2008 (Spanish)
- Eibar: Josu Uribe, nuevo entrenador (Eibar: Josu Uribe, new coach); esFútbol, 10 March 2009 (Spanish)
- Josu Uribe ficha por un conjunto de la Liga griega (Josu Uribe signs for a team in Greek League); La Nueva España, 24 June 2011 (Spanish)