Azomethine compounds (mostly known as Schiff bases chelating ligands) played central role in metal coordination chemistry . They bind to almost all of the metal ions to give complexes with suitable properties for theoretical studies and/or practical applications . Moreover, water-soluble ligands and their metal complexes containing ionic fragment can be important because of their potential applications in biology. The synthesis of these kinds of complexes are very rare in literature. Thus in this study we report the synthesis and characterization of two new ionic metal complexes of VO2+ and Zn2+ containing the Schiff base ligand of 5-methyl 1-methy benzimidazolium salicylimine ethylene N, N- dimethyl aminechloride. By reaction of the N-methyl benzimidazole and chloromethyl silicylaldehyde and next by KPF6, the benzimidazolium methyl silicylaldehyde hexafluorophosphate was synthesized. It was reacted by N, N-dimethyl ethylene diamine to synthesis of three dentate Schiff base ligand (L). The reaction of L with VO(acac)2 and ZnCl2 resulted to synthesis of the VOL(acac) and ZnL(OAC). The Schiff base ligand and related complexes were characterized via different analytical and spectral methods (CHN, FT-IR, UV-vis, 1H-NMR and 13C-NMR).