The pair were both sent to the stands during Tuesday's League Cup quarter-final and have now been charged with breaches of rule 203, relating to "failing to behave in a responsible manner'.
Caley Thistle clinched a semi-final clash with Hearts when Ross Draper netted the winner in the last minute of extra-time to confirm a 2-1 victory, but the match was marred when Arabs striker Nadir Ciftci was sent off near the end of the first half following a melee involving players and staff from both sides.
The trouble was sparked by Inverness captain Richie Foran's collision with Gary Mackay-Steven and Ciftci has also been charged for his reaction towards officials and the Inverness players.
He has been accused of grabbing a United player by the face and also of seizing hold of an assistant referee Gavin Harris's throat, although United have lodged a claim of wrongful dismissal. The Turkish striker faces a potential 16-match ban if found guilty.
Both Butcher and Jackson were also caught up in the drama that followed before being dismissed by referee Kevin Clancy.
Both parties have been issued with notices of complaint under rule 203, which covers "misconduct at a match by failing to behave in a responsible manner as an occupant of the technical area by leaving the technical area in the absence of special circumstances and by acting in an aggressive manner towards players of the opposing team."
Butcher and Jackson have until November 8 to respond to the notice of complaint, or face a hearing on November 21 should they wish.